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¿Cómo puedo encontrar que proceso está escribiendo constantly en el disco?

Me gusta que mi estación de trabajo esté casi en silencio y simply construí un nuevo sistema (P8B75-M + Core i5 3450s, la ‘s’ porque tiene a TDP máximo más bas) con ventiladores silenciosos, etc. I installed 64-bit Debian Wheezy in eso.

Y algo me está poniendo nervioso: puedo escuchar algún tipo de patrón como si el disco duro estuviera escribiendo o buscando algo (tick…tick…tick…trrrrrr enjuague y repita cada segundo más o menos).

In el pasado you have a similar problem in el pasado (hace muchos, muchos años) that will result in a CUPS registrar or algo así y simply redirectí ese registro (not important) to a disco RAM (real).

Pero aquí no estoy seguro.

Initiated the following:

ls -lR /var/log > /tmp/a.tmp && sleep 5 && ls -lR /var/log > /tmp/b.tmp && diff /tmp/?.tmp

pero nada está cambiando allí.

Ahora, lo extraño es que también escucho el patrón cuando aparece el mensaje que me pide que ingrese mi frase de contraseña de descifrado de LVM.

¿Podría ser algo en el kernel/sistema que acabo de instalar o tengo un disco duro defectuoso?

hdparm -tT /dev/sdainforma una velocidad HD correcta (130 GB/s sin cache, sata 6 GB) and installed it and compiled desde grandes fuentes (Emacs) sin problemas, así que no creo that el system sea malo.

(HD is a 500GB Seagate Barracude)

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  • Es-tu sûr que c’est un disque dur qui fait ce bruit et pas autre chose ? (Vérifiez les ventilateurs, y compris le ventilateur du bloc d’alimentation. Il y avait des bruits de clic très étranges une fois lorsqu’un câble très fin était trop proche d’un ventilateur et touchait parfois très légèrement les pales et rebondissait pendant quelques “clics” …)

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    27 juillet 2012 à 6:03

  • @Mat: I’ll take the hard drive outside of the case (the connectors should be long enough) to be sure and I’ll report back ; )

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    Jul 27, 2012 at 7:02

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    Make sure your disk filesystems are mounted relatime or noatime. File reads can be causing writes to inodes to record the access time.

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    Jul 27, 2012 at 9:48

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¿Intentaste examinar qué programas iotopestán mostrando? Le dirá exactamente qué tipo de proceso está escribiendo actualmente en el disco.

salida de ejemplo:

Total DISK READ: 0.00 B/s | Total DISK WRITE: 0.00 B/s TID PRIO USER DISK READ DISK WRITE SWAPIN IO> COMMAND 1 be/4 root 0.00 B/s 0.00 B/s 0.00 % 0.00 % init 2 be/4 root 0.00 B/s 0.00 B/s 0.00% 0.00% [kthreadd] 3 be/4 root 0.00 B/s 0.00 B/s 0.00% 0.00% [ksoftirqd/0] 6 rt/4 root 0.00 B /s 0.00 B/s 0.00% 0.00% [migration/0 ] 7 rt/4 root 0.00 B/s 0.00 B/s 0.00% 0.00% [watchdog/0 ] 8 rt/4 root 0.00 B/s 0.00 B/s 0.00% 0.00% [migration/1] 1033 be/4 root 0.00 B/s 0.00 B/s 0.00% 0.00% [flush -8:0] 10 be/4 root 0.00 B/s 0.00 B/s 0.00% 0.00% [ksoftirqd/1]

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    thanks for that tip. I didn’t know about iotop . On Debian I did an apt-cache search iotop to find out that I had to apt-get iotop . Very cool order!

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    I use iotop -o -b -d 10 which every 10secs prints a list of processes that read/write to disk and the amount of IO bandwidth used.

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    Unfortunately on new systems it mostly just shows jbd2 as everything goes via the journal

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You can enable IO dumping through echo 1 > /proc/sys/vm/block_dumpy read the dumping messages in /var/log/syslog . Esto tiene la ventaja de obtention algún tipo de archivo de registro con actividades pasadas mientras que iotopsolo muestra la actividad actual.

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    Il est absolument fou de laisser sysloging activé lorsque block_dump est actif. La journalisation provoque l’activité du disque, ce qui provoque la journalisation, ce qui provoque l’activité du disque, etc. Mieux vaut arrêter syslog avant de l’activer (et utiliser dmesg pour lire les messages)

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    15 juil. 2013 à 8:32

  • You are absolutely right, although the effect isn’t as dramatic as you describe it. If you just want to have a short peek at the disk activity there is no need to stop the syslog daemon.

    –  scai

    Jul 16, 2013 at 6:32

  • I’ve tried it about 2 years ago and it brought my machine to a halt. One of these days when I have nothing important running I’ll try it again 🙂

    –  dan3

    Jul 16, 2013 at 7:22

  • I tried it, nothing really happened. Especially because of file system buffering. A write to syslog doesn’t immediately trigger a write to disk.

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    Jul 16, 2013 at 10:50 am

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    I would assume there is rate general rate limiting in place for the log messages, which handles this case too(?)

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Puedes cambiar esto un poco. Debería reducirlo para la mayoría.

find / -mount -newer /proc -print

Give the files changed since boot to the physical device of the file system /. Knowing the files will likely help identify the author.

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    A variant of this that worked best for me was: rm -fa ; touch one; sleep 30; find / -mount -newer a -print |less

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Assuming the disk noises are due to a process causing a write and not a disk slowdown issue, you can use the audit subsystem (install the auditd package). Put a watch on sync calls and friends:

auditctl -S sync -S fsync -S fdatasync -a output, always

Check the logs in /var/log/audit/audit.log. Be careful not to do this if the audit logs themselves are emptied! Check in /etc/auditd.conf that the flush option is set to none.

Si les fichiers sont souvent vidés, le coupable probable est les journaux système. Par exemple, si vous enregistrez des tentatives de connexion entrantes infructueuses et que quelqu’un teste votre machine, cela générera un grand nombre d’entrées ; cela peut amener un disque à émettre des bruits de type mitrailleuse. Avec le démon de journal de base sysklogd, vérifiez /etc/syslog.conf : si un nom de fichier journal n’est pas précédé de -, alors ce journal est vidé sur le disque après chaque écriture.

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It might be your drives automatically spinning down, lots of consumer-grade drives do that these days. Unfortunately on even a lightly loaded system, this results in the drives constantly spinning down and then spinning up again, especially if you’re running hddtemp or similar to monitor the drive temperature (most drives stupidly don’t let you query the SMART temperature value without spinning up the drive – cretinous!).

This is not only annoying, it can wear out the drives faster as many drives have only a limited number of park cycles. eg see https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/hdparm/+bug/952556 for a description of the problem.

I disable idle-spindown on all my drives with the following piece of shell code. you can put it in a /etc/rc.boot script, or in /etc/rc.local or similar.

for disk in /dev/sd? ; do /sbin/hdparm -q -S 0 “$disk” do

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    que vous ne pouvez pas interroger les lectures SMART sans faire tourner le lecteur me laisse sans voix :-/ Maintenant, évidemment, le problème de “spinning down” peut devenir assez compliqué. En ce qui concerne la désactivation de la rotation vers le bas : cela n’entraînerait-il pas en soi une usure plus rapide de la HD ? Je veux dire : il ne se « repose » jamais tant que le système est allumé ?

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  • IIRC you can query some SMART values without causing the drive to spin up, but temperature isn’t one of them on any of the drives i’ve tested (incl models from WD, Seagate, Samsung, Hitachi). Which is, of course, crazy because concern over temperature is one of the reasons for idling a drive. re: wear: AIUI 1. constant velocity is less wearing than changing speed. 2. the drives have to park the heads in a safe area and a drive is only rated to do that so many times (IIRC up to a few hundred thousand – easily exceeded if the drive is idling and spinning up every few seconds)

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    Aug 2, 2012 at 21:42

  • It’s a long debate regarding whether it’s better to leave drives running or to spin them down. Personally I believe it’s best to leave them running – I turn my computer off at night and when I go out but other than that I never spin my drives down. Some people prefer to spin them down, say, at night if they’re leaving the computer on or if the computer’s idle for a long time, and in such cases the advantage of spinning them down for a few hours versus leaving them running is debatable. What’s never good though is when the hard drive repeatedly spins down and up again in a short period of time.

    –  Micheal Johnson

    Mar 12, 2016 at 20:48

  • Note also that spinning the drive down after it’s been idle for a few hours is a bit silly, because if it’s been idle for a few hours then it’s likely to be used again within an hour. In that case, it would seem better to spin the drive down promptly if it’s idle (like, within 10 minutes), but it’s also possible for the drive to be idle for a few minutes when someone is using the computer and is likely to need the drive again soon.

    –  Micheal Johnson

    Mar 12, 2016 at 20:51

  • I thought sure this would fix my issue as I hear the drive make a periodic clacking sound (3-4 times/second) like it’s writing even when it’s not mounted! But I still hear the noise after running this command. Worryingly, it’s the drive I use to back up my internal SSD…

    –  Michael

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I just found out that smart was spinning an external usb drive over and over on my raspberry pi. Although SMART is generally a good thing, I decided to turn it off again and since then it seems the unwanted disk activity has stopped

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  • You can configure the smart daemon not to scan USB drives, most good Linux distros do this by default.

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If you need to shrink it to an exact disk, use the following:

run lsblk and find the device number. In the case below, it is 9:126

NAME MAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT sda 8:0 0 7.3T 0 disk └─md126 9:126 0 13.8T 0 raid0 /mnt/InternalPhase sdb 8:16 0 7.3T 0 disk └─md126 9:126 0 13.8 T 0 raid0 /mnt/InternalPhase sdc 8:32 0 7.3T 0 disk └─sdc1 8:33 0 7.3T 0 part /mnt/InternalFBE

run lsof | grep ‘9,126’ with the : replace with , against the disk number above. In my case, it looks like this:

bash 389162 root cwd DIR 9.126 4096 449183796 /mnt/InternalPhase/0000000001/CHANNEL01/LIVE/PHASE/DATA/2018/10/04

with PID of 389162 kill this process using:

kill -9 389162

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  • I guess this tests for the moment the command is run. How do I get it to monitor over a period of time, like, say, 10 seconds?

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    I found it: jrs-s.net/2019/06/04/continuously-updated-iostat

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The problem is that the system needs to flush data from the disk buffers to the disk ever 5 seconds or so by default. Thus if the disk does spin down, there will be little option other than to spin back up again when a flush needs to happen. So the problem is not really avoidable other than by disabling spins downs or disk power management features altogether hdparm -B 255 /dev/hdax. This is probably the best option since restarting so often can definitely be more damaging than simply staying on all the time.

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    Il ne va vider les données que s’il y a des données à vider. Si le disque n’est vraiment pas utilisé, il n’y aura pas de données mises en mémoire tampon à vider.

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fatrace (suivi de l’activité des fichiers)

fatrace signale les événements d’accès aux fichiers (ouverture, lecture, écriture, fermeture) de tous les processus en cours d’exécution.

Son objectif principal est de trouver des processus qui réveillent inutilement le disque et empêchent ainsi certaines économies d’énergie.

Lors de son exécution, il génère en temps réel une ligne par événement de fichier dans ce format :

<timestamp> <process-name(pid)>: <file-event> </path/to/file>

For instance:

23:10:21.375341 Plex Media Serv (2290): w /srv/dev-disk-by-uuid-UID/Plex/Library/Application Support/Plex Media Server/Logs/Plex Media Server.log

From which you easily get all the necessary information

  • WHEN: timestamp, if the –timestamp option is used

  • WHO: Name of the process (who initiated the activity)

  • WHAT: File operation event (O-pen, R-read, W-rite, C-lose)

  • WHERE: file path (where does it write).

  • SCOPE You can limit the scope of the search with –current-mount to only log events on your current directory partition/mount.

    • Il vous suffit donc de commencer par cd dans le volume qui correspond à votre disque dur en rotation, puis d’exécuter ftrace avec l’option –current-mount.
    • Without this option, all (real) partitions/mount points are being watched.

Super practical

  • In comparison to all the other answers (as of 2022-07-16) with this tool you can very quickly and efficiently find out which process so far unknown to you is causing what file activity so far unknown to you.
  • All the other tools were not useful for my purposes because they either let you monitor a particular process or a particular directory/file. But not let you “investigate the unknown” in a quick and real time manner.

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Is there any way I can write to a file that is being used by another process? I have a windows service that creates logs and locks the file until the service is stopped. I have another program that backs up the contents of a textfile and clears the original. When I tried my C# program to backup and clear the log that my other service is using it generated an error: “The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process”..

J’ai cherché et je sais que vous devez rechercher un fichier s’il est verrouillé, puis l’attendre jusqu’à ce qu’il ne soit pas utilisé par un autre programme. J’ai besoin d’un code permettant d’écrire dans un fichier verrouillé. Est-ce possible?

Voici mon exemple de code de service Windows qui se connecte aux fichiers toutes les 3 minutes :

private timer timer = new Timer(); Private static FileStream fs = new FileStream(@”D:\Hello.txt”, FileMode.OpenOrCreate, FileAccess.ReadWrite, FileShare.ReadWrite); private StreamWriter sw = new StreamWriter(fs); protected replacement void OnStart(string[] args) { timer.Elapsed += new ElapsedEventHandler(WriteText); timer.Interval = 50000; //5 minute timer.Start(); } public void WriteText(object source, ElapsedEventArgs e) { sw.WriteLine(DateTime.Now); } protected replacement void OnStop() { sw.Close(); sw.Dispose(); fs. Close(); fs. Dispose(); }

I’m being asked not to close the stream unless the service is stopped.

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  • I updated the code. Thanks

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  • @ 0_______0. Yes I have done that before, both have fileaccess.write. The problem is that the file is locked until the service is stopped.

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  • Re: “It is required for me to not close the stream unless the service is stopped.” You have received conflicting requirements. Unless the service closes the stream and moves on to another file, you cannot delete or truncate the old file. The only possibility of satisfying the requirements as described would be for the service itself to stop writing for a moment (buffering any intermediate writes), back up the file contents, zero out the file, and then start writing again at the beginning.

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Are you bound to using a StreamWriter? You might want to consider using something like log4net for logging. You can set it to run on logs and you can save from there, or just use it as backups.

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