Am 06.08.15 um 10:16 schrieb Lukas Slebodnik:
> On (06/08/15 07:47), Torsten Harenberg wrote:
>> Am 06.08.15 um 07:37 schrieb Torsten Harenberg:
>>> (see plot attached 
>>
>> forgot the attachment
>>
> Is the high IO caused by sssd or by other aplication?
> 
> If it is casued by other application then you can mount
> directory with sss cache (/var/lib/sss or just the /var/lib/sss/db)
> to the different device/disk or filesystem.
> You can use tmpfs if you do not care about offline authentication.
> 
> 

Thanks Lukas,

that was a very good hint. Yes, the high IO was the payload of some
user. We immediately implemented a tmpfs solution yesterday and the
system is still stable :).

Thanks again

 Torsten


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