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SubjectRe: elevator algorithm considered irrelevant
On Wed, Nov 18, 1998 at 02:06:24PM +0000, Mark Lord wrote:
> The next biggest thing I *currently* do for interactive response
> is use a two-drive RAID0 for my (all-in-one) root filesystem.
> With a 64KB chunksize, this effectively scatters I/O across both
> drives rather evenly (except for metadata, which always seems to
> end up on the first drive for some reason..), allowing good response
> even while doing full-filesystem-copies and such.

man mk2efs -- '-R stride=...'



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