Actually make that 18.25 - I just checked :0
Can anyone top that? (probably can, but I'm still
Stephen Shirley wrote:
> I've just seen my highest load ever on my 486 linux box - 17.68 :-) I
> had set updatedb set to run 3 times a week, but for some reason it
> decided that it would launch itself ~35 times and really grind the disk.
> After about an hour I noticed that the machine was reeeaaallllyy slow,
> and the hard drive was still grinding. Doh!! I was using linuxconf, but
> it's obviously not as foolproof as I'd hoped :-)
>> It was quiet... too quiet.
>> Then it was loud... too loud.
>> Quiet again... too quiet.
>> And once more, loud... way too loud.
>> "Damn snooze button," I mumbled to
> myself as I got out of bed and
> checked the time: late... too late.
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It was quiet... too quiet.
Then it was loud... too loud.
Quiet again... too quiet.
And once more, loud... way too loud.
"Damn snooze button," I mumbled to
myself as I got out of bed and
checked the time: late... too late.
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