After reading through CONFIG_TASK_DELAY_ACCT error in "iotop" kernel 5.14, I found that the python version of
iotop has the issue resolved via CONFIG_TASK_DELAY_ACCT error in “iotop” kernel 5.14 · Issue #21 · Tomas-M/iotop · GitHub.
I’m assuming of course that the fix doesn’t end up also require the same https://superuser.com/questions/610581/iotop-complains-config-task-delay-acct-not-enabled-in-kernel-only-for-specific “workaround” of adding
I’ve missed using
iotop since moving to the 5.14 kernel and look forward to the update hitting our repositories.
The latest version is Iotop 0.6 (NEWS)
I think you mean
iotop-c which is in the AUR and is currently up to date with the release version. Feel free to create an
iotop-c-git VCS package if you want the latest commits.
and here I thought I was being careful not to confuse
iotop-c… and ended up confusing them anyway.
I’ll hold tight to see if the python version gets a similar update down the road… if not, I’ll replace it with the AUR
Thank you @Yochanan
EDIT: Oh, I see what happened. Public Git Hosting - iotop.git/commit and Public Git Hosting - iotop.git/commit “links to the fix” were really references to the fixed
iotop-c, not fixes to the python version.
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