Boot up, 30 minutes of disk thrashing.
I am running Suse 10.0 i386 patched and recently I noticed the disk runs
for 30 minutes after boot up. This is CONSTANT disk thrashing with no
interruption. The only things consuming CPU are the X server and some
mono stuff (Could this be beagle indexing info?) The machine is almost
unusable. What commands can I run to see which PIDs are monopolizing
3GHz HT P4.
Intel 875PBZ board
Just point me, please.
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