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Old 05-11-2006, 06:27 PM   #1
fjallstrom
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massive increase in open inodes, why?


hi,

i install munin a couple of days ago and now i noticed something that i don't know what to make of. the number of open inodes seem to have gone up alot the last day or so. i haven't done anything in particular, just the usual lamp+bittorrent+samba stuff that i always run.

have a look and see what you make of it, mighty geeks.

ww w. averagebadger. com/openinodes.png

(sorry for the bad link above, i wasn't allowed to post a link yet since this is my first post...)
 
  


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