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I'm doing some write test and I can see  flush command is taking 40-50% of the cpu. What exactly this flash command doing?
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As the name suggests, the flush process flushes the data from memory to disk.

This is the normal way linux operates. When you change the data in memory, it is not immediately written to disk, but will flushed a little bit later. The flush operations will use a lot of CPU during heavy write IO.
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Thanks a lot.
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