During last weeks backup my rsync ran overnight and then some, not normal for an incremental backup. Join our community today! What could be causing this? However I did find some IDE controller options. Presumably a request to read a single sector is actually satisfied by the drive reading additional nearby sectors into its buffer. Visit the following links:
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I did some googling and found out about using dd to measure drive write speeds. The last working kernel here szta linux-image- 2. Only one bytes write request is sent from my driver.
Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. Every other kernel thereafter produces the crash from comment 1. As you can see, the response timestamp differences seem to staa that the write completion interrupts are being batched into one and then one single interrupt is being raised, which might explain the really low numbers in tens of microseconds. Here is another experiment that I tried. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.
It was observed that if the destination sectors are separated by approximately sectors, the time difference is about 1. Find More Posts by JaseP. Is he 88201h registered user on stackoverflow?
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Having a problem logging in? Now here are the results after a suspend and resume; Code: Following update to latest Feisty kernel 2. Kernel boot log Edit Unknown device rev 12 Root is an ext3 partition on sda2. I’m having a strange problem with my Ubuntu Precise desktop box.
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Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? Bug attachments Kernel boot log edit lspci output edit hdparm -I output edit Add attachment. I presume the relevant section of the boot log is: Now to make things interesting the writespeed on sda1 stays the same after suspend and resume.
The HDD we are using is: Andreas Simon andreas-w-simon wrote on EN because it is RW.