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SubjectRe: reiserfs for bkbits.net?
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Larry McVoy (lm@bitmover.com) wrote:
> We're moving openlogging back to our offices and I'm experimenting with
> filesystems to see what gives the best performance for BK usage. Reiserfs
> looks pretty good and I'm wondering if anyone knows any reasons that we
> shouldn't use it for bkbits.net. Also, would it help if the journal was
> on a different disk? Most of the bkbits traffic is read so I doubt it.

If bitkeeper uses lots of small files and/or many files in a
directory, then reiserfs is the FS for you.

The FS has been stable for a while now and I currently don't see
any reason not to use it.

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Erik Hensema <erik@hensema.net>
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