On one of our E6900's, fsflush is running with a value of 1 second.
Here's the output of sysdef:
* Tunable Parameters
30 auto update time limit in seconds (NAUTOUP)
1 fsflush run rate (FSFLUSHR)
Here's what toptool shows the output for this process:
PID USERNAME LWP PRI NICE SIZE RSS STATE TIME CPU% COMMAND
3 root 1 60 0 0 0 sleep 6214:33.1 0.22% fsflush
This E6900 has 8 SparcIV processors and 32G RAM. It has been up 211
I was wondering if fsflush value can be changed. I'd heard or read it
some place that value of fsflush does not need to be changed in Solaris
9, but value seems too low to me.
I am thinking of changing it so that it invokes every 300 seconds
instead of 1 second.
Should I look into changing the value of autoup/tune_t_flushr?
Will that be a recommended practice?
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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