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SubjectRe: First benchmarks of the ext4 file system
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On Sunday 22 October 2006 00:57, Linux Portal wrote:
> ext4 is 20 percent faster writer than ext3 or reiser4, probably thanks
> to extents and delayed allocation. On other tests it is either
> slightly faster or slightly slower. reiser4 comes as a nice surprise,
> winning few benchmarks. Both are very stable, no errors during
> testing.
>
> http://linux.inet.hr/first_benchmarks_of_the_ext4_file_system.html

If you get a chance, some similar benchmarks including other major filesystems
like JFS, XFS and ReiserFS3 would be nice. People keep using the same old
results but don't realise performance of Linux filesystems changes from
kernel to kernel..

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Cheers,
Alistair.

Final year Computer Science undergraduate.
1F2 55 South Clerk Street, Edinburgh, UK.
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