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Dec
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comment 100% kernel load on FreeBSD 9
Thanks. The bug report also shows how the reporter found the cause of the high load: sudo dtrace -n 'fbt:kernel:g_*:entry { @[probefunc, stack()] = count(); } tick-1sec { trunc(@, 3); printa(@);
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comment 100% kernel load on FreeBSD 9
I'm adding this as a comment here as this is no real answer. The problem was a broken harddrive. 15 hours after I asked this question ada0 simply disappeared in /dev. The hdd was replaced, I rebooted and the load is gone.
Nov
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comment 100% kernel load on FreeBSD 9
No, I haven't had a swap file before. The server has 16GB of RAM and roughly 1.5GB is used. Also, after I added the swap file, these errors kept appearing. Swap: 4160M Total, 836K Used, 4159M Free
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