Frank Staals wrote:
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As suggested I turned on all.log and also captured the output from vmstat -i and top -S as 2 others suggested. From the all.log output I don't seem to see anything out of the ordinary if I compare it to a snapshot of all.log on my working environment but maybe I am looking for the wrong thing ? The same applies for the output of top -S. vmstat's output may be more interesting though. In both cases I the information was taken just after boot with a login on tty0 and 1 remote session. vmstat shows the amount of interrupts for my network interfaces are a lot higher with todays build compared to my working env from 3 weeks ago. There is one difference though: I did a rm -rf /usr/obj/* through ssh on the todays build. Could that be the reason for the difference or did I find the source of the problem ?

info :

all.log
todays build : http://fstaals.net/junk/rena/all.log.2008.07.02.1140
working env: http://fstaals.net/junk/rena/all.log.stable

top -S output (links so the output is still properly formatted )
todays build: http://fstaals.net/junk/rena/top
working env: http://fstaals.net/junk/rena/top_stable

vmstat -i on todays build:
[EMAIL PROTECTED] cat /root/vmstat
interrupt total rate
irq1: atkbd0 610 2
irq9: acpi0 1 0
irq12: psm0 6 0
irq14: ata0 58 0
irq17: wpi0 bge0+ 151862 706
irq19: cbb0+ 2 0
irq20: uhci0 uhci+ 1 0
irq21: pcm0 uhci1+ 8 0
irq22: ehci0 uhci4 5 0
cpu0: timer 179565 835
cpu1: timer 169770 789
Total 501888 2334

[EMAIL PROTECTED] cat /root/vmstat_stable
interrupt total rate
irq1: atkbd0 130 1
irq9: acpi0 1 0
irq14: ata0 58 0
irq17: wpi0 bge0+ 3544 44
irq19: cbb0+ 2 0
irq20: uhci0 uhci+ 1 0
irq21: pcm0 uhci1+ 7 0
irq22: ehci0 uhci4 5 0
cpu0: timer 155701 1946
cpu1: timer 145928 1824
Total 305377 3817



to see if the values from vmstat were normal I tried a couple things again. I once more recompiled the latest sources and disabled my wpi wlan interface (since if the vmstat value was incorrect the most obvious reason would have been something with wpi I thought. ). Unfortunately that didn't help much. Second I again cleared /usr/obj/ through an ssh session. The vmstat value for bge0 (my LAN interface) was >160 000. Lastly I recompiled my normal sources again and removed /usr/obj/* again through ssh. Allthough the number of interrupts is still quite big it is only half of the amount it shows with todays sources. So now I am once again lost on what to do to determine the cause of my problem:

[EMAIL PROTECTED] vmstat -i
interrupt total rate
irq1: atkbd0 1898 2
irq9: acpi0 1 0
irq12: psm0 84 0
irq14: ata0 58 0
irq17: wpi0 bge0+ 83570 110
irq19: cbb0+ 2 0
irq20: uhci0 uhci+ 3 0
irq21: pcm0 uhci1+ 2217 2
irq22: ehci0 uhci4 5 0
cpu0: timer 1484618 1956
cpu1: timer 1474830 1943
Total 3047286 4014

Anyone ideas ?

--
-Frank Staals


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