On Tue, Mar 16, 1999 at 10:32:28AM +0100, Robert 'Shadow' Paj?k wrote:
Maybe some noticed similiar behaviour ... We're running FBSD 3.0-RELEASE at
our free server (over 80 thousands of ppl from Poland has e-mail and www
pages on it).
Few days ago we started to notice some strange behaviour - system was saing:
But swap space is about 750 of MB! What is more interesting, that all this
are being made at night! (3 a.m local time). What's more interesting that
swap is on new SCSI drive - when badsectors should not exist, and even if
they would be there they should be skipped by SCSI hardware.
So, has anyone spotted sth similliar ? Or can system do any maintain tasks
at night which are not regarded in CronTab ?
I'm not quite certain what you're trying to say here, but it is common
for some of the night jobs to take quite a bit of memory.
Are you certain you don't have a user that runs this through his
crontab or similar? Info from top or ps might also prove interesting.
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