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Re: R80.20 - new interesting commands

Very good article, thanks

Re: R80.20 - new interesting commands

This is very informative. Thanks!

Re: R80.20 - new interesting commands

Great new commands.

Re: R80.20 - new interesting commands

Hello Heiko,

I use R80.20 and can not found this command:

# iotop -b -n 1

 

Re: R80.20 - new interesting commands

Hi Marco,

It is only available on gateway with R80.20 3.10 kernel.

Regards

Heiko

Re: R80.20 - new interesting commands

Yes it only work with kernel 3.10.

Re: R80.20 - new interesting commands

got a little bit confusing about the answer as "only with 3.10 kernel". Is the release R80.20 with the fixed kernel rollout or the kernel could be changed from Administrator or could be different by different R80.20-Rollout Variation?  

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Re: R80.20 - new interesting commands

iotop is Linux command, BTW. It is available for newer Linux distributions than 2.6 kernel based

Re: R80.20 - new interesting commands

Excellent commands  
Thanks for contribution. 

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Re: R80.20 - new interesting commands

THX,

Heiko

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Re: R80.20 - new interesting commands

At R80.20 there's a new hack to turn the CoreXL instances on the fly on and off. Here is an example with 3 FW wokers!

Now start the command:

# fw ctl multik stop     -> stop CoreXL instance 1

# fw ctl multik stop    -> stop CoreXL instance 2

# fw ctl multik stop   -> The last instance cannot be disabled:-)

 

You can activate it again per:

# fw ctl multik start

 

Conclusion:
CoreXL 0 cannot really be deactivated under R80.10+:-)

 

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Re: R80.20 - new interesting commands

More see here:

ATRG: CoreXL 

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