Re: identifying bottlenecks
Marc Brünink wrote:
What is the hardware info (cat /proc/cpuinfo)? In particular do you have
hyperthreading (HT) turned on/off? Which kernel are you using
(smp/non-smp/version)? Finally, What application is this?
I've an application which should be as fast as possible. Therefore I'm
trying to identify the bottleneck of the system for this special
program. The application just uses 50 % of the CPU according to top.
So the bottleneck have to be somewhere else. Is there a program to
monitor the usage of memory and hard drive throughput while this app
is running? Some sort of "top" for memory and hard drive?
Kamaraju S Kusumanchi