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Re: slow queries and high % of wait I/O
Posted by: Vince Gatto
Date: January 20, 2009 12:46AM

Rick, I don't want to derail the original poster, but I was wondering if you've got a good feel for the cost of page read, in terms of time. And if you do, can you work backwards from that to figure out what 100% I/O wait should be, assuming other processes disk usage is negligible? For example, if your average seek + transfer time is 10ms and you're missing the page pool 1 out of 30 times, you would have to be running 3000 primary key lookups per second to reach 100% I/O wait.

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