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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] Ext3 vs Reiserfs benchmarks
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On Monday 15 July 2002 18:03, Andreas Dilger wrote:
> On Jul 15, 2002 13:02 +0100, Sam Vilain wrote:
> > "Yes, we know that there is no directory hashing in ext2/3. You'll
> > have to find another solution to the problem, I'm afraid. Why not ease
> > the burden on the filesystem by breaking up the task for it, and giving
> > it to it in small pieces. That way it's much less likely to choke."
>
> Amusingly, there IS directory hashing available for ext2 and ext3, and
> it is just as fast as reiserfs hashed directories. See:
>
> http://people.nl.linux.org/~phillips/htree/paper/htree.html

Faster, last time I checked. I really must test against XFS and JFS at
some point.

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Daniel
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