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Thread: What is jdb2/sda2-8 and why is it using 69% disk IO?

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    What is jdb2/sda2-8 and why is it using 69% disk IO?

    I've tried googling to find out, but I've got no idea why this is happening :/



    Does anyone know what this process is, and why it's using so much disk IO?

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    Re: What is jdb2/sda2-8 and why is it using 69% disk IO?

    Probably something to do with "journaling block device"
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    Re: What is jdb2/sda2-8 and why is it using 69% disk IO?

    Quote Originally Posted by lisati View Post
    Probably something to do with "journaling block device"
    So how can I stop it safety? :/

    Edit ~ or at least, how can I perhaps limit it to only using a certain percentage of my disk IO?
    Last edited by c3ntury; December 23rd, 2011 at 11:02 AM.

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