On Thursday 22 June 2006 10:22, Björn König wrote: > Remington L schrieb: > > I have two servers, exact same hardware, exact same version of FreeBSD, > > in this case 4.10. When I run pkg_add blah.tbz on one machine, it takes > > between > > 2-8 hours, on the other 8-10 minutes. These machines are quad-Intel > > 2.8Xeons, with 4GB of memory. > > > > Ive done everything from running make world, to md5ing pkg_add, bzip2, > > and tar, there identical. > > > > I noticed on the one thing, on the machine that takes forever, bzip2 is > > only > > using 1-3% load, while the other, which does work, takes 100%. I have SMP > > compiled into the kernel, well actually, there both using the exact same > > kernconf. > > > > Anyone have ideas?? > > I would try to encircle the problem. Try to compress and decompress > idendical random data with bzip2 on both machines. Try also the GENERIC > kernel without SMP. At a glance I would assume that there is a hardware > fault.
Yes that, or perhaps medium problems? anything interesting from dmesg(8)? _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"