Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 477340
system monitor applet does not display disk IO for /dev/md0 devices
Last modified: 2009-12-18 02:21:01 EST
Created attachment 327549 [details]
my fstab if it helps.
Description of problem:
My system is configured with software raid 1 mirroring and the disk IO does not show up in the disk IO monitor of the system monitor applet.
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Steps to Reproduce:
Configure you system to have software raid disk devices.
The system monitor disk IO plots are always recording 0 IO. The usb disk IO is plotted (i.e. non-zero) For example, when I plug my FS100 cannon cam corder into my system over USB, and copy the video files off the cam corder, you see the system monitor disk IO plots show data transfer. I have another system which has regular ext3 formatted disks (i.e. non raid or logical volumed) and you see the disk IO on that system. (it's also fedora 10)
System monitor should show disk IO Activity when I read and write files to my disk.
It used to work fine on fedora 8.
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