[arch-general] Fwd: Notebook freeze and slow when copy big files to external usb
andre.vmatos at gmail.com
Thu Dec 5 05:15:12 EST 2013
Other possibility is a different kernel scheduler, more aware of disk load
and desktop responsiveness, like
On Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 8:01 AM, XeCycle <xecycle at gmail.com> wrote:
> Maykel Franco <maykeldebian at gmail.com> writes:
> > Hi, I when I make a copy of a large file to a 2GB or 8GB usb 3.0
> > external hard drive, I notice that arch remains slow, frozen ... He
> > struggles to open windows are minimized. I have the kernel:
> > 3.12.2-1-ARCH
> > Update the whole system to the last. Can you think because it can be?
> > I also went from the 3.11 kernel
> > However, debian, ubuntu, opensuse me not pass this ...
> > It's happened to someone else?
> > Thanks for everything.
> BTW what is the filesystem? I experienced similar problems on an
> internal disk, of which the filesystem is NTFS. NTFS-3g seems to
> consume too much CPU in the case of very large writes, and that
> caused me a hang.
> Carl Lei (XeCycle)
> Department of Physics and Astronomy, SJTU
> OpenPGP public key: 7795E591
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