Re: kernel-2.6.0-test9 compile issue
On Sun, 02 Nov 2003 21:48:06 -0800
Corey Hickey <email@example.com> wrote:
> I'm running 2.6.0-test9-mm1 on a KT400, and I haven't noticed any
> particular strain during heavy I/O. At the moment, my system is under
> light load and yet can still give hdparm -t 30-45 MB/sec (which is to
> be expected) for my various UDMA5 drives.
> What particular symptoms are you experiencing?
Every disk operation (hard disks, floppy and cdrom) takes 100% of my CPU
(top says it's i/o wait). When I'm copying big file it's quite good (at
least I can listen to the music, but not watching movies). When system
operates on many small files I can't do anything... I reported a bug on
lkml, but didn't get reply. But I found other people with the same
problem. hdparm -t gives 25-30 MB/sec, so DMA seems to work.
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