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SubjectRe: IO stats in /proc/partitions
> I recently spent a week trying to track down the units used for the disk stats
> in /proc/stat. Through a combination of queries on the LKML and trucking
> through the source with rgrep, I managed to get my questions answered. It
> matters to me and to the people I work for exactly how many bytes the I/O
> subsystem is handling per second, and how close to the capacity of the I/O
> subsystem a machine is operating. I consider the fact that I had to dig for
> and ask for this information unacceptable.

But hey, you've suffered thru it, which, guess what, makes you the perfect
candidate to have the honor of writing the docs!

Take care,
T.
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