Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

However if I prefer to you use a monitoring such as Nagios, But becuae you asked for batch mode, consider the following commands; vmstat sar free iostat pidstat mpstat Enjoy them...!


0

One thing is for certain, your load average is out of control - load average: 36.01, 23.39, 10.79. By looking at the kernel threads, it appears the VM has 4 vCPUs and after normalizing for CPU, the load average is 9,5.84, 2.70 and this is really high. Any load average above 1.0 should be investigated for either an I/O, memory or CPU overload. In your case, ...


1

The process is writing data to a remote disk mounted on /home There's probably your answer. Process state D is not DOWN, it is uninterruptible sleep and typically means some I/O to finish. As you have a network share, depending on conditions it might not show as I/O wait to you, and might not consume much CPU as your system is waiting. However, for you ...


0

If the CPU is not busy, then your process is presumably waiting for something external. I'd imagine there's a good chance you'd make sense of it by looking at what system calls are taking longest with strace. Falling that, try using a profiler to find out what the code is doing. Does your code use mmap'd IO? I'm thinking that might not get reported as ...



Top 50 recent answers are included