is there any way to see the disk I/O per pid/process ? Monitorix shows me the following and correct me if I´m wrong, but it looks like that the harddrive is slowing down the whole system: UPDATE #1 ...
We have a regular job that does du summaries of a number of subdirectories, picking out worst offenders, and use the output to find if there are things that are rapidly rising to spot potential ...
I am just reviewing the disk IO of a XEN VM server. I stumbled across a DomU that has constant write traffic. To narrow that traffic further down I logged in to the DomU (CentOS 5, 64 Bit) and ...
I have some problems with my system performance. As I was adviced here, I used sar: $sar -u 5 and found out that the problems are caused by a low HDD performance, as I supposed (high %iowait). ...
I've got a few processes with a known name that all write to files in a single directory. I'd like to log the number of disk block reads and writes over a period (not just file access) to test whether ...
I'm trying to figure out if there's some way I can tell if a system is being adversely affected by disk misalignment -- i.e. when I do a disk I/O operation, it actually needs to request extra blocks ...