Re: storage service times
Date: Thu, 3 Jan 2008 14:00:59 -0800
> A lot of ifs go with this but:
One of the "ifs" is this: If your CPU run queue is high (i.e. there is CPU congestion), then your Wait times will also be inflated. This occurs (roughly) because Oracle cannot understand or differentiate between "Time spent waiting for I/O" and "Time spent in the RunQ waiting for CPU", and thus shows the wait time as the difference between the time the process requested I/O and the time it came back into the CPU. (This is one reason why the "CPU" component shows up as "CPU + Wait for CPU" in the ASH Report. )
So *if* the CPU runq is high, I wouldn't worry about larger than usual average wait times...
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