Re: Carbon copy slow on G5 PM

2011-04-26 Thread John Carmonne

On Apr 25, 2011, at 2:34 PM, Bruce Johnson wrote:

 
 On Apr 24, 2011, at 5:19 PM, John Carmonne wrote:
 
 I have a G5 PM Dual 2.7 and I'm copying a 1.1 TB folder from an internal 2TB 
 drive to an external eSATA 2 TB drive it seems as though according to the 
 progress bar that this will take 25 hours. There must be some problem here I 
 don't think I ever had one this slow, Is this normal?
 
 No it isn't. Look in Console I'll bet there's lots of IO failure notices.
 -- 
 Bruce Johnson
 University of Arizona
 College of Pharmacy
 Information Technology Group
 
 Institutions do not have opinions, merely customs
 

Where in console do I find this info? Activity Monitor said it was using 96% of 
the CPU's and 99% of the RAM the fans  and pumps blasted all night with CPU 
temps above the max.


John Carmonne
Yorba Linda CA
92886 USA
carmo...@aol.com



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Re: Carbon copy slow on G5 PM

2011-04-25 Thread Bruce Johnson

On Apr 24, 2011, at 5:19 PM, John Carmonne wrote:

 I have a G5 PM Dual 2.7 and I'm copying a 1.1 TB folder from an internal 2TB 
 drive to an external eSATA 2 TB drive it seems as though according to the 
 progress bar that this will take 25 hours. There must be some problem here I 
 don't think I ever had one this slow, Is this normal?

No it isn't. Look in Console I'll bet there's lots of IO failure notices.
-- 
Bruce Johnson
University of Arizona
College of Pharmacy
Information Technology Group

Institutions do not have opinions, merely customs


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