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Old 11-06-2009
Filesystems cmd

hi is that any command to find out which filesystems occupying more process in cpu utilisation
# 2  
Old 11-06-2009
Interesting question.

I'd start with lsof.
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Old 11-06-2009
meybe topass :-)
# 4  
Old 11-10-2009
Maybe can try filemon :

filemon -o /tmp/filemon.out -P -T 60000000 -O all
sleep 30

Later check out filemon.out
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Old 11-10-2009

first of all - a filesystem doesn't consume cpu - it might consume memory. Applications residing in a particular filesystem consume cpu - so find out which applications are the cpu consuments, than find out where they're located - ps, fileplace, nmon with c and u options can help.

Kind regards
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