[Orca-users] Disk System Wide Reads/Writes Per Second
ogjunk-orca at yahoo.com
Tue May 9 19:43:45 PDT 2006
Yeeeah, I got a reply! ;)
Indeed, I do have a 2.6 kernel (uname -a gives 126.96.36.199).
I have Orca 0.27, which is the latest stable version.
Perhaps I need this?
Do you know if I can just configure/make/install the snapshot over the 0.27 version?
----- Original Message ----
From: Cynthia Kiser <cnk at caltech.edu>
To: OG <ogjunk-orca at yahoo.com>
Cc: orca-users at orcaware.com
Sent: Tuesday, May 9, 2006 10:09:28 PM
Subject: Re: [Orca-users] Disk System Wide Reads/Writes Per Second
I think I recognize this symptom. Are you running at Linux 2.6 kernel?
There were changes to the output format for some of the /proc
stuff. If you are running the latest version of orca and still have
the problem, reply to the list and I'll see why my install is working
on both types of kernels.
Quoting OG <ogjunk-orca at yahoo.com>:
> I'm using Orca with Procallator to collect and graph some system metrics. I'm using the system "out of the box". One thing I noticed is that some of the generated graphs are blank - all data is always zero. This includes the "Disk System Wide Reads/Writes Per Second" graph, which I would really like to see, in order to get an idea about the disk activity.
> Can anyone give me any hints about how I could collect/graph disk activity information with Orca?
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