At 11:01 14-6-2001 +0200, Marcelo E. Magallon wrote:
>> Seth Mos <knuffie@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
> I've made a torture shell scripts that.. well tortures the the NFS
> server I use for testing. It starts up a Bonnie for a 100MB file
> waits 30 seconds and starts another, this will slowly make the number
> of concurrent Bonnies rise.
Hmm... interesting. I might give that a try. Ever since moving the
RAID to the SGI server I haven't been able to reproduce the oopses I
had, and now that this one test machine doesn't have anymore SCSI discs
on it, I might figure out if that was an XFS-NFS problem or not...
Bonnie -s 100 2>/dev/null >/dev/null &
ps ax|grep Bonnie|grep -v grep|wc -l
> That's the cool part. By accident I pulled a 2450 out of the rack for
> a few centimers but it made the powercords fall out. XFS to the
> rescue ;-) It's weird, every plug on modern PC's has clips to hold it
> except the euro power plugs.
On the machine side, you mean? On the "wall" side, european (well,
German) are the weirdest things I've ever seen. You practically have
to say aloud "yes, I want to pull this plug out" to actually do it. On
the machine side they seem quite unusual to me (at least they are the
same ones I've seen on the other side of the Atlantic, north
Yes on the machine side. I know that the power plugs for the wall side
differ between various countrys in the EU but in this case it is a power
cord going from the UPS to the server.
Every program has two purposes one for which
it was written and another for which it wasn't
I use the last kind.