> On 22/01/2008, Mariusz Iwa=F1ski wrote:
> > -- cat /proc/diskstats
> > there is no such file in my /proc/ directory

>
> OK
>
> > -- cat /proc/partitions , returns:
> >
> > major minor #blocks name
> >
> > 22 0 78125000 hdc
> > 22 1 2931831 hdc1
> > 22 2 11719417 hdc2
> > 22 3 1461915 hdc3
> > 22 4 62010900 hdc4
> > 22 64 78125000 hdd
> > 22 65 2931831 hdd1
> > 22 66 11719417 hdd2
> > 22 67 1461915 hdd3
> > 22 68 62010900 hdd4
> >
> > Is this should look like this ???

>
> Yes.
>
> > I think that in /proc/partitions
> > should be more informations .... there is no statistics here. is
> > diskio using this file ??? Could that be the problem ???

>
> Hmmm.... possibly.
> The output you are seeing here looks similar to my system (Fedora 6).
> But I do get information from the /proc/diskstats interface, so the agent
> will be using that instead.
> Checking the code for the /proc/partitions processing, this does
> seem to expect the statistics to be included.
>
> What kernel are you running on your system?


I'm running on:
Linux version 2.4.31, gcc version 3.3.5

After looking into diskio.c code I think that this is the problem.
There is no statistics in /proc/partitions and agent is looking for
them there.

Is it possible to fix this without kernel compilation ???

>
> Dave
>

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