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SubjectRe: [rfc] Near-constant time directory index for Ext2
Hello!

> Have You tried to use skiplists ?
> In 93 I've coded a skiplist based directory access for Minix and it gave very
> interesting performances.
> Skiplists have a link-list like performance when linear scanned, and overall
> good performance in insertion/seek/delete.

Skip list search/insert/delete is O(log N) in average as skip lists are just a
dynamic version of interval bisection. Good hashing is O(1).

Have a nice fortnight
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