> On Mon, 1 Apr 2002, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote:
> | On Mon, 1 Apr 2002, Randy.Dunlap wrote:
> | > Of course the basic answer is something like
> | > Try cscope
> | I can't find this -- does it come with Red Hat??
> it's at cscope.sf.net
OK ... I'll go grab it.
> | Ah ... so every page to/from swap is counted in pswpin/out (as a page)
> | and again in pgpgin/out as half-kilobytes :-). Incidentally, I also
> | followed the third fork in this road, the one which derives the "blocks"
> | read and written per device that show up in /proc/stat. Those "blocks"
> | turn out to be 512 bytes long.
> Do you mean this line or something else?
> disk_io: (3,0):(616296,386142,7120356,230154,3010882)
Yeah ... that one. I have code that samples that every 15 seconds, as
well as everything else in /proc/stat. I was having trouble making sense
of the I/O numbers.
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A. It picks up its knife and fork.
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