Large file copies using too much CPU time
dylan at dylan.me.uk
Sun Jun 23 22:20:24 BST 2002
Did you send this twice, or is the list or my mail redirection mussed up?
Anyway - simple answer: Do it in a console, using something like
midnightcommander if you must!
On Sunday 23 June 2002 21:03, Dan Stone wrote:
> This is something I've been having problems with for a while, but after
> moving a large section of video files from one drive to another, it finally
> got to me to the point that I figured I'd ask to see if anyone knew a
> I'm running kinda a built-from-scratch linux system, using kernel 2.4.18,
> and using KDE 3.0.1 as my windowmanager...whenever large files are copied
> from one partition to another, there's a bit of a delay, then CPU usage
> spikes to 100%, and the entire system basically locks up until the hard
> disk write is done. (The file systems are all EXT2) The guilty process,
> of all things, is artsd! Are there any known bugs about artsd doing this,
> or did I just flub something up along the way? Any ideas on what could be
> done to fix this? Thanks!
> ~D. A. Stone
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