December 2, 2010 1:00 PM Subscribe
Linux i/o bottleneck troubleshooting issue:
posted by Cat Pie Hurts to computers & internet (4 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
There is I/O starvation on a filesystem. Example: /mnt.
There are two files on the filesystem fs: /mnt/a and /mnt/b.
How will you find which one of them gets most read/writes even if both of them are currently open by some process?
I thought the sysstat tools would help me here, but i think I might be going in the wrong direction.
I'm a bit embarrassed to be asking this because it's something I should know, but I'm going completely blank. I know it's something simple, but both my brain and google are failing me. Thanks.