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accepted Why is my find -type d performing fstat on every file in a folder?
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comment Why is my find -type d performing fstat on every file in a folder?
Interestingly there seems to be a feature of find called d_type optimisation which can be enabled with -o2 but it doesn't seem to have much effect in my case :(
Oct
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comment Why is my find -type d performing fstat on every file in a folder?
It's an NFS mount. Interestingly, I ran a perl script using IO::Dirent and it seems to be able to enumerate directories much faster, so perhaps find isn't the best tool for the job.
Oct
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comment Why is my find -type d performing fstat on every file in a folder?
The actual command I am running is find */. -type d -exec ls -ld {} +, so that I can see the size/location of the directory. Sorry for the confusion!
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comment High CPU usage on Linux machine
Hardware issues can most definitely lead to performance degradation. Some CPUs will underclock themselves to prevent damage from overheating. You could try lm-sensors to see if there's high CPU temperature.
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