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comment How do I tell which processes are writing heavily to disk in CentOS 5?
On CentOS 5, the kernel is the older one, and so tools like iotop do not work! See my poor man's solution to this below.
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comment How do I tell which processes are writing heavily to disk in CentOS 5?
As you anticipated, sadly, I get "Error: you cannot use --top and IO options with this kernel type 'collectl -h' for help" I am on CentOS 5. What are my options in this case?
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comment How do I tell which processes are writing heavily to disk in CentOS 5?
I am on CentOS 5.
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comment Is it possible to use the MMM tool without virtual IP capability?
Walter, that sounds great. Sorry, I was confused -- "Walter Engineer @ Open Query", is that your e-mail in some obfuscated anti-spam format? Or where can I contact you?
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comment Make a snapshot of a live mySQL database with myISAM & innoDB tables without locking
Thanks pQd. A small follow up -- if this one table is the bulk of the work, would it be faster to take down the server fully and just copy the binary data files over to the new machine?