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Old 10-04-2010, 06:26 PM
 
Default RHELv4 and v5 - So slow as to be unusable.

Gary E Barnes wrote:
> The past week I upgraded our RHELv3 machines to v4. Previously we had
> several v3's, one v4, and one v5. The v5 has never worked. Now the new
> v4's are acting up.
>
> Boot the machine, things are fine. Wait overnight and the machine may
> take ten minutes to unlock the screen, may take several 10's of seconds to
> do an ls, and generally simply isn't usable.
>
> The v4's if you reboot them seem to be fine for the day.
> The v5 if you reboot it is fine for maybe 15 minutes.
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What runlevel? Any clues in /var/log/messages? Or dmesg?

mark

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Old 10-04-2010, 06:31 PM
"Mr. Paul M. Whitney"
 
Default RHELv4 and v5 - So slow as to be unusable.

Do you have any other software installed? anti-virus? other third-party software? It could be a memory leak.

Paul W.




On Oct 4, 2010, at 1:58 PM, Gary E Barnes wrote:

> The past week I upgraded our RHELv3 machines to v4. Previously we had
> several v3's, one v4, and one v5. The v5 has never worked. Now the new
> v4's are acting up.
>
> Boot the machine, things are fine. Wait overnight and the machine may
> take ten minutes to unlock the screen, may take several 10's of seconds to
> do an ls, and generally simply isn't usable.
>
> The v4's if you reboot them seem to be fine for the day.
> The v5 if you reboot it is fine for maybe 15 minutes.
>
> The v4's, there will be a load average of 3 to 4, but top says nothing
> whatsoever (other than top and the xterm) is running.
> The v5, there will be a load average of 0.1 or less and top again says
> nothing is running.
>
> SELinux is turned off. Firewall is turned off. I've even tried turning
> off every service that isn't vital to being able to simply boot the
> machines.
>
> Any ideas?
>
> Gary
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