can you identify a revision where it /doesn't/ do broken pipe? That'd
be the best way to start debugging this and figure out which revision
I haven't updated to the latest -HEAD on anything just yet;
everything's a few weeks old.
On 25 March 2016 at 13:30, O. Hartmann <ohart...@zedat.fu-berlin.de> wrote:
> Since a couple of days now, FreeBSD CURRENT (at the moment with FreeBSD
> 11.0-CURRENT #9
> r297267: Fri Mar 25 09:48:07 CET 2016 amd64) "feels" a kind of shaky and like
> "glue": it
> is slow with X11, sometimes ssh connections even nearby hosts on the same net
> not under
> load have some time to respond to keys in xterm or on console (vt()) ~ 1 - 3
> seconds and
> I receive very often "broken pipe" to ssh connections to a host nearby. I
> realized this
> strange behaviour on a couple of systems a maintain running most recent
> I also realize a high usage of swap on a 8GB RAM, 2 core box having two ZFS
> volumes (one
> 3TB HD and one 4 TB HAD with ZFS). Using Firefox on X11 (nVidia 364.12/355.11
> driver, I
> checked on both) and running desktop only (windowmaker) brings the system
> toward using 12
> or sometimes several hundreds of megabytes of swap - and I do not see what is
> using so
> much space.
> Does anyone also realize this phenomenon?
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