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Jul
15
comment NFSv3 client differences in read/write performance
@matt: Can't say much about the server, clients are RHEL 5.8/6.3 running Linux 2.6.18-308.11.1.el5 and Linux 2.6.32-504.8.1.el6.x86_64 .
Jul
13
comment NFSv3 client differences in read/write performance
@matt - the clients are physical, the server is physical at the core, but presents itself to the client as virtual (vFiler - essentially it's a really beefy corporate NFS filer).
Jun
29
comment NFSv3 client differences in read/write performance
@tigran - I am aware of network latency and server processing time - see me mentioning RTT. What I wonder is: considering BOTH r/w report 50-100ms RTT (which includes server processing time) why do reads take 200ms to execute fully, but writes 200sec? Where does this x1000 factor come from?
Jun
21
comment Sar: what does totsck stand for
Cheers mate, quality answer
Jun
21
comment Sar: what does totsck stand for
Cheers and already thanks, but still doesn't seem to add up (see edit in OP)
Jun
21
comment Sar: what does totsck stand for
Is there any command with which I can count the unix domain sockets (like netstat -t | wc -l for the tcp sockets)?
Jun
16
comment Solaris: what's a kernel trap?
Cheers, let me try to reword: let's say I want to assess whether the box has a problem. Let's further assume I see (superficially) nothing else extraordinary. Should the trap count then prompt me to continue with the search for problems or should it (in absence of further symptoms) be ignored? If investigation should continue, which steps do you recommend?
Jun
15
comment Solaris: what's a kernel trap?
Probably? Not important? Who can say? Not a very useful answer.
Jun
15
comment Neverending screen.
nohup - cyberciti.biz/tips/…
Jun
15
comment Neverending screen.
Does nohup not work for you?
Nov
7
comment Centos 5.7 location of the apache installation
In this case it is not installed. It's not part part of httpd rpm.
Nov
7
comment Centos 5.7 location of the apache installation
I don't understand your comment. If you know where apxs is, you know where APACHE_ROOT is.