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SubjectRe: Per-filesystem i/o statistics.
On Tue, Sep 28, 1999 at 12:07:59AM -0600, Nicholas Dronen wrote:

This should read 'with no i/o statistics code in kernel.'

Nicholas Dronen
ndronen@io.frii.com

> test 2: after reboot -- stock 2.3.18 kernel
>
> $ ./teststat-nodev
> running test with i/o statistics code in kernel . . .
>
> real 0m11.348s
> user 0m0.110s
> sys 0m4.110s
> running test w/o i/o statistics code in kernel again . . .
>
> real 0m9.016s
> user 0m0.090s
> sys 0m4.100s
>
> $ ./teststat-nodev
> running test with i/o statistics code in kernel . . .
>
> real 0m2.009s
> user 0m0.090s
> sys 0m1.910s
> running test w/o i/o statistics code in kernel again . . .
>
> real 0m1.428s
> user 0m0.060s
> sys 0m1.370s

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