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comment Is smartd really reporting this drive is too hot?
Exactly. 150 would be way too hot. Even too hot for a CPU, which gets heatsink, to stay below 80 or so.
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revised Vendor whitepaper says: 5Mpps no prob. I'm already hitting a wall at 120kpps. Where's the bottleneck?
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comment Is smartd really reporting this drive is too hot?
@Edward_178118 updated the answer, hope it helps.
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revised Low CPU and Memory utilization. Does that mean server is healthy?
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answered Low CPU and Memory utilization. Does that mean server is healthy?
May
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comment strace not showing anything for thread at 100% 'system' CPU
Actually i'd go with tracing it all and saving output to files (usually works) strace -ff -o file ... it will create many files, but who knows what we might find ...
May
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comment strace not showing anything for thread at 100% 'system' CPU
Have you tried tracing your python app to see what line of code does it hang on? Something like python -m trace -t app.py? (it slows down the python app a lot, but may provide insight)
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May
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comment Copy Linux host to new hardware
@user1174838 that should not be an obstacle ... the only problem i'd see is a very large amount of small files.
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comment Copy Linux host to new hardware
@ewwhite I know what you mean. But the answer as it was, could cause trouble to someone following it blindly. I updated the answer to warn anyone trying. Though I have no good solution for the driver part of problem, as I kind of try to stay away from enterprise distros.
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comment Copy Linux host to new hardware
Ah yeah, I shouldn't answer anything related to enterprise distros ... sorry 'bout that ...
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answered Copy Linux host to new hardware