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    SubjectRe: fsync occasionally very slow
    On Fri, 26 Jan 2007 14:33:36 -0500
    "Matthew Kirk" <mkirk01@rcn.com> wrote:

    > Sorry, this will show my ignorance... my system is lacking
    > /proc/sysrq-trigger. I can find how to build a kernel with the magic sysrq
    > key (CONFIG_MAGIC_SYSRQ=y), and have done so, but I still don't have
    > /proc/sysrq-* and cannot seem to find how to build in sysrq functionality
    > itself - assuming that's what's missing. Presumably it's something in
    > .config I'm just not seeing?
    >

    I think you're running a prehistoric kernel which might predate
    /proc/sysrq-trigger?

    You can get the same effect by typing alt-sysrq-t at the right time (or
    whatever the combination is on that machine).
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