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SLEEP_BPOOL_FLUSH

Short Description

Occurs when a checkpoint is throttling the issuance of new I/Os in order to avoid flooding the disk subsystem.

Detailed Description

The checkpoint process notices it's write time going up and sleeps for a short while before continuing its job. It does this to avoid flooding the I/O subsystem.

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