Jadetec micro PC
robmel at innotts.co.uk
Sun Feb 10 22:16:04 GMT 2002
OK, I took out the internal modem (which wasn't recognised by FreeBSD
anyway) and the weirdness all stoped. I haven't tried it, but I
suspect that the kernel needs PCCARD to handle (ignore) stuff from
the modem properly.
At 5:45 pm +0000 8/2/02, Dominic Marks wrote:
>On Fri, Feb 08, 2002 at 05:09:42PM +0000, Robin Melville wrote:
>> At 12:43 pm +0000 8/2/02, Dominic Marks wrote:
>> >On Fri, Feb 08, 2002 at 11:30:09AM +0000, Robin Melville wrote:
>> >> Dear all
>> > > I just bought a Jadetec [...] tips as to
>> > > how to make it run at a reasonable speed?
>> >> Many thanks,
>> >> Robin.
>> >What percentage of CPU is devoted to interrupts?
>> >dom at gallium:/home/dom$ vmstat -i | tail -1
>> >Total 3652124 244
>> >This is a PII 450Mhz being used for my desktop, I've got XFree86,
>> >enlightenment, XMMS, and some terminals running - as well as some
>> >background daemons (samba, postfix, fetchmail) I'm wondering if you have
>> >a problem with the chipset.
>> >Of course, I might be talking nonsense :)
>> root:~ 19% vmstat -i
>> interrupt total rate
>> ata0 irq14 133943 9
>> ata1 irq15 4 0
>> mux irq11 1987116 144
>> fdc0 irq6 2 0
>> sio0 irq4 53397 3
>> sio1 irq3 3 0
>> ppc0 irq7 1 0
>> clk irq0 1374407 100
>> rtc irq8 1759477 128
>> Total 5308350 386
>Well, your doing a good bit more than I am (CPU is also a good deal
>faster so...), but my theory would probably require much larger numbers.
>> I'm not too sure what these mean, does it mean anything to you?
>I suggest mailing freebsd-questions at freebsd.org with the information
>that you originally sent to this list if nobody else has any thoughts.
>> Robin Melville, Addiction Information Services
>> Nottingham Alcohol & Drug Team
>> work: robmel at nadt.org.uk http://www.nadt.org.uk/
> > home: robmel at innotts.co.uk http://www.innotts.co.uk/~robmel
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