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Forum: General 13th October 2010, 18:17
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Posted By MarkSeger
I took a quick look at your graphs and I'm...

I took a quick look at your graphs and I'm afraid they're not going to be very useful. The sample times for the data are far too infrequent to see anything meaningful such as spikes. Furthermore,...
Forum: General 13th October 2010, 15:51
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Posted By MarkSeger
well I see you got collectl going. ;) btw -...

well I see you got collectl going. ;)

btw - if you want to see what your memory is doing at the same time just add the switch -s+m. if you want time stamps just include -oT. more suggestions...
Forum: General 13th October 2010, 15:28
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Posted By MarkSeger
while you're waiting, just type...

while you're waiting, just type "collectl<return>" and watch the output. very compact, very low overhead. <0.1%.
-mark
Forum: General 13th October 2010, 14:55
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Posted By MarkSeger
Trying to figure out what is going on by looking...

Trying to figure out what is going on by looking at a few data points over a handful of seconds is a real good way to make the wrong decision. Like I said you have collectl running so if you look at...
Forum: General 13th October 2010, 02:35
Replies: 61
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Posted By MarkSeger
The good news is I can see from your TOP display...

The good news is I can see from your TOP display that you have collectl running. Download/install collectl-utils and plot everything with colplot. Maybe something will jump out at you as to which...
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