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    SubjectRe: pdflush eating a lot of CPU on heavy NFS I/O
    Brent Cook <busterbcook@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >
    > Here are memory stats for the same machine. The other machine's stats
    > are similar; there doesn't appear to be anything out of the ordinary and
    > its not even touching swap if these numbers are to be believed.
    >
    > busterb@snowball2:~$ cat /proc/meminfo
    > MemTotal: 256992 kB
    > MemFree: 139700 kB
    > Buffers: 36464 kB
    > Cached: 61516 kB
    > SwapCached: 0 kB
    > Active: 50536 kB
    > Inactive: 51672 kB
    > HighTotal: 0 kB
    > HighFree: 0 kB
    > LowTotal: 256992 kB
    > LowFree: 139700 kB
    > SwapTotal: 514040 kB
    > SwapFree: 514040 kB
    > Dirty: 1876 kB
    > Writeback: 0 kB
    > Mapped: 8552 kB
    > Slab: 10924 kB
    > Committed_AS: 14612 kB
    > PageTables: 356 kB
    > VmallocTotal: 778164 kB
    > VmallocUsed: 2936 kB
    > VmallocChunk: 774708 kB

    Was this captured while pdflush was misbehaving?
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