On Wed, 2011-06-08 at 20:16 -0700, Tim Vaillancourt wrote: > Fantastic. I really appreciate your reply, and that clarifies things > wonderfully. > > We've recently increased the VM count on the Xen servers we have this > issue on, but we (still) run the duplicity backups from the Dom0 on one > VM at a time backup load theoretically the same as before at any one > time), so I'm thinking now the increased VM count (and thus IO) causes > this to happen while duplicity is running at the same time in the dom0. > > That is really too bad cause IO-wise we aren't even pushing the disks > that hard, but I guess we are asking it to do a lot of simultaneous > things at once. > > Again, thank you for the reply. By chance, do you have any links to the > mainstream bug you mentioned that is already open? There wasn't any bug report; I just compared the code between 2.6.26 and current development. My reply to you also went to the aacraid developers and the SCSI mailing list. Please reply-to-all. Ben. -- Ben Hutchings Lowery's Law: If it jams, force it. If it breaks, it needed replacing anyway.
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