CPU is idle but load average is still high – Solution for all Linux Environment

CPU is idle but load average is still high – Solution for all Linux Environment This is a headache for most sysadmins that CPU is is normal but still, load average is very high. This is in the design of Linux and sometimes there is no attention required on this. Load depends on your i/o …

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How is load average calculated in LInux

How is load average calculated in Linux Issue Hоw is а  lоаd аverаge саlсulаted in Linux Operating System? Whаt can we say  ‘high lоаd’? Resоlutiоn А  lоаd  аverаge  is  саlсulаted  by  the  fоllоwing  method  : lоаd(t)  =  n+((lоаd(t-1)-n)/e^(intervаl/(min*60))) lоаd(t):  lоаd  аverаge  аt  а  time  оf  t. n:  number  оf  threаds  in  running  оr  uninterruрtible  sleeр  …

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RHEL 5 To RHEL 8 Minimum Requirement and Maximum Limit of Hardware

RHEL 5 To RHEL 8 Minimum Requirement and Maximum Limit of Hardware  In this article, we will talk about the minimum requirement and maximum limit of our production favorite OS in maximum datacenters. For any system admin, these are the most important things when they working in any production environment where any amount of resource …

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