The strange and extremely slow IO pattern I'm seeing is this (output of iostat -dxk 1 /dev/xvdb1): Device: rrqm/s wrqm/s r/s w/s rkB/s wkB/s avgrq-sz avgqu-sz await svctm ...
Looking at iostat, if the system needs to issue a request for io, but has not yet been able to do so due to %util being pegged, would that wait be counted as %idle or %iowait?
Is there anyway to get the output of iostat -m and add only the column await from the extended output in realtime? I know this question sounds nutso but I need to be able to get all those column in ...
We have several web servers running on Amazon (ec2) c1.xlarge, over Amazon AMI. The servers are duplicates of each other, running the exact same hardware and software. Each server spec is: 7 GB of ...