Top Forums UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users Nearly Random, Uncorrelated Server Load Average Spikes Post 303044038 by vbe on Thursday 13th of February 2020 02:58:33 AM
I have seen cases like that when you have enormous disc cache synchronising... all is fine when pure transactional mode ( the periodic sync has hmmm "little" to update ) but when it comes to batches running, it fills the cache before periodic sync and then the system has to wait the end of forced sync (file cache OS side...)
Other contention possible big file cache with big SGA: parsing both and not finding reduces perfs...

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