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The question, of course, is when it's at 100% usage does it mean it's also using every single CPU core? of around 15-20°C . I was trying myself and looked at "top" at the same time that displays ressource usage under Linux. Member dweeezil commented Jan 19, 2016 @behlendorf Very interesting.

If so, then that's a lot of system resources for a single app to be using. I'm not familiar with Total Commander itself, nor am I 100% sure what extra functionality this "orthodox file manager" (i.e. The command will take some time to finish so it might be best to start it when you aren't going to be using the computer for a couple of hours. When I tried deleting the file in safe mode the dialog box tells me it is deleting a 874 mb file but it then freezes as it reads "discovered 0 items

The hard drive is an SSD, if that makes any difference. And i mean it is the 1 program that makes file management a million times easier and faster! Among my repeated tests, sometimes the load reach this high number, sometimes it goes up but remained in single digit. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended.

I have little time have not been really been able to post information, but today I have some time finally (plus getting tired of it). When it's booting my keyboard becomes unresponsive so I have to wait for the countdown to run out (can't just hit enter into boot normally). I cant drag it into the recycling bin. We could tell if someone with a reproducer runs /path/to/funclatency -f spa_sync 120 during the time the rm operation is unblocked, kills it when rm unblocks and posts the output.

Thanks for your hints scsi andi (Administrator) 2010-04-28, 10:48 #2 User title: splitbrain Member since May 2006 · 3032 posts · Location: Berlin Germany Group memberships: Administrators, Members Show profile · Please try the request again. Will that work? 10-05-2014, 06:54 PM #18 jcgriff2 Team Manager, Microsoft SupportBSOD Kernel Dump Expert Join Date: Sep 2007 Location: New Jersey Shore Posts: 33,313 OS: Windows Thanks so much in advance! ...

The delete took a long time (>15 sec.) and I saw a httpd process that was running at 100% cpu usage over that time. In this test, it is Amazon AWS EBS but the problem happened with ephemeral drive as well. (10) Other info: [2016-01-16T13:08:19 [email protected]:/srv/mysqldata/data/backup] # time rm junk real 7m40.305s user 0m0.000s sys i restarted/ended the tasks but they kept starting back up. As to unlinked set, why would this operation be bypassing it?

It occurred when uninstalling one program. What we've seen is performance of these write ops (let's call it sideload I/O) would drop to zero. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices 简体中文 正體中文 (繁體) Česky Danish Deutsch English Español (Castellano) Eesti keel Français Hrvatski Magyar Italiano 日本語 한국어 Lietuvių Nederlands Polski Română По-русски Comptia A+ and Network + Certified.

DOS-style) app brings over Windows 7's default style. More Bonuses ii zfs-dkms amd64 Native OpenZFS filesystem kernel modules for Linux ii zfs-doc amd64 Native OpenZFS filesystem documentation and examples. Once the menu comes up, choose safe mode and when you get to safe mode, try deleting the file. If the above looks like the same issue ZoL is experiencing - we are prepared to try upstreaming our approach to @OpenZFS ahead of our normal upstreaming schedule.

The solution we have tested (with positive results) creates a relatively simple throttle for how many "free" ops we let into one TXG. Maybe Microsoft will add this to Windows 8..._________________Author of Total Commander Back to top ghisler(Author)Site AdminJoined: 04 Feb 2003Posts: 33185Location: Switzerland Posted: Tue Apr 06, 2010 9:42 am Post subject: SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc.  /  All Rights Reserved. page Home Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New?

It's not possible to skip files in PreDeleteItem(), only accept the deleting or abort the entire process. The file in question is a .avi file and I don't believe any other program is accessing the file. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Windows 10 bug causes high CPU usage and cant del .wav file This post has been flagged and will

It's about 100GB with many small files.

Contributor alek-p commented Jan 20, 2016 @dweeezil I should have mentioned that we have a separate patch for the unlink blocking problem. That funclatency tool is from brendangregg/perf-tools#43. You're aware that we're in 2010? I've googled for hours and i never found any solution...

As for the other contributors posting here, here is some food for thought. Any lvm, device-mapper, etc. ? Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 336 Star 2,189 Fork 551 zfsonlinux/zfs Code Issues 836 Pull requests 48 Projects read this post here The file is "being used by another program," so I can't delete it anyway.

Donate $9 $19 $49 $99 About donations Recommend Tweet WinSCP Privacy Policy WinSCP License ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve I run a loop to capture the rm process, uptime, and the content of dmu_tx continuously every 15 seconds before the rm started, during the process [appearance of the rm process], it should open up to a page that offers various options, use your arrow key and move it up to Safe Mode and then use the Enter key. solved 100% cpu usage solved Cpu's usage at 100% and causes texture pop-ins solved AC Unity CPU usage 100% solved CPU usage at 100%; recommendations?

jcgriff2 ` __________________ BSOD Posting Instructions - Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista `` ` `Driver Reference Table (DRT) jcgriff2 BSODs ▫ Hex Date Conversion Microsoft MVP 2009-2015 Page 1 Member dweeezil commented Jan 18, 2016 @michaelxwang That's not showing terribly excessive CPU usage by the sync task at all. Ah, and another weird thing, setting TCs process to lower priority actually speeds deleting up. After that I decided to connect the drive via eSATA because of the speed increase.

Contributor kernelOfTruth commented Jan 15, 2016 also what ashift was used during pool creation ? Obviously dd a file and cp a file are different. I've been using Total Commander since i learned how to use a PC. (over 12 years) so it's not like TC is a new software that hasn't quite grasped resource management ii zfsutils amd64 Native OpenZFS management utilities for Linux The "junk" file is copied from a MySQL database file.

Related Resources solved CPU usage jumps to 100% in games solved CPU Usage jumps up to 100% in games then back to normal for a few seconds. michaelxwang commented Jan 18, 2016 @dweeezil It is Amazon memory optimized EC2 instance "r3.8xlarge": Model vCPU Mem (GiB) SSD Storage (GB) r3.8xlarge 32 244 2 x 320 with details in: The load reaches as high as 49, and it starts to drop before the rm process finishes. All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use.

Now, I know its because the CPU spins up to 100% and it will heat up because of that, BUT... After that I started deleting the .wav files one by one. All rights reserved. Member ryao commented Jan 18, 2016 @dweeezil Why would extreme overhead in creating and destroying various objects cause everything to stop until the rm operation has finished?

As a results when deleting large files we end up filling consecutive TXGs with deletes/frees, then write throttling other (more important) ops. Thanks! What can be the cause for this high cpu usage? Here is another article with additional steps you might try.


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