No, dmesg shows the link going up and down from me resetting it,
but their aren't any error showing.
Todd Simi wrote:
> Mobo is ASUS P5WD2-E Premium w/Pentium D (830)
> Net OnBoard Marvell Gigabit
> Any ideas if I might just have something setup poorly?
> What to check?
Anything suspicious in your kernel logs when this happens? (Run
`dmesg` to check.)
Peter Gordon (codergeek42)
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I'm looking for a method of determining the cache hit rate for block IO
(or indeed any hit rate numbers would be nice).
Anybody know how I can pull this data from the system?
note: There was an oracle patch (loadable kernel module) going around
that does what I want but it's specific to oracle data files.
For what it is worth, I tried the ubuntu live cd and noticed that the
volume special keys on my d820 worked. They do not work under FC5.
Further investigation shows that FC5 does not have them enabled in
To enable them + others, go
System -> Preferences -> Keyboard Shortcuts
and highlight under the Sound area, the "Volume mute" and press the mute
key. Do the same for "Volume up" & "Volume down" with the respective
volume up/down keys.
Are those defaults based on hardware discovery or just someones idea of
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