> > why not apache?
> I first tried, but it all somehow fucked up.
> So I tried again - better this time. Same result as with Tux, just that
> the system's idle. All the apache processes goes defunct, and the total
> i/o as reported by vmstat is peaking at aouund 1000 blocks per sec. Not a
> lot, really...
A few more lines of info...
The following files are attached:
lspci-vvv (lspci -vvv)
simplewebbench.sh (my simple script)
.config (current kernel config)
I had modified quite a few /proc/sys parameters, but setting them back to
default (by rebooting with an empty sysctl.conf), didn't make any
As said before, I've tried this config without RAID, and it works,
although I can't get much speed out of it (max 30 megs per sec). With
RAID-0, I get up to some 50 og 60 megs per sec, but then, the I/O hangs,
and nothing more happens. Reading processes go defunct, and it's all
-- Roy Sigurd Karlsbakk, MCSE, MCNE, CLS, LCA
Computers are like air conditioners. They stop working when you open Windows.
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