pve-firewall disk usage 30%

Discussion in 'Proxmox VE: Networking and Firewall' started by Slawka, Feb 6, 2019.

  1. Slawka

    Slawka New Member

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    Almost all the time, the load in the atop is about 30%
    5239 2577K 0K 0K 25% pve-firewall

    How can I reduce the load, IO Delay reaches up to 20%

    Proxmox Virtual Environment 4.2-17/e1400248
    ZFS
     
  2. Chris

    Chris Proxmox Staff Member
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    Hi,
    does the problem persist if you restart the firewall service with `systemctl restart pve-firewall.service`?
     
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  3. Slawka

    Slawka New Member

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    After boot
    Code:
    PID                          RDDSK                          WRDSK                          WCANCL                          DSK                         CMD        1/18
     4867                          3539K                             0K                              0K                          34%                         pve-firewall
    After restart service 
    
    After restart
    Code:
      PID                          RDDSK                          WRDSK                          WCANCL                          DSK                         CMD        1/13
    10857                          3539K                             0K                              0K                          58%                         pve-firewall
    
     
  4. Chris

    Chris Proxmox Staff Member
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    Sorry Slawka, I overlooked that you still run on a PVE 4.x which is no longer supported. I strongly recommend to upgrade your system to the latest version and keep it up to date. Please follow this wiki post to upgrade https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Upgrade_from_4.x_to_5.0
    Regarding your issue you can of course try to narrow down which files pve-firewall is reading (lsof), log files in general (journalctl) output of `systemctl status pve-firewall`... But I strongly recommend you to upgrade as a first step and see if the issue persists.
     
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