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I run iotop.d on my solaris and it return extremly big number in disktime:

iotop.d -o 10
UID    PID   PPID CMD              DEVICE  MAJ MIN D         DISKTIME
121  16572      1 java             sd1      32  14 R 147573952592635862

Have anybody suggestion why this disktime is so big (147573952592 s, it near to 4798 years) ?

kawu.
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