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SubjectRe: Improving Ext2 Reliability


On Tue, 14 Apr 1998, Alan Cox wrote:

> For squid servers the 2.0.33 vmalloc bug appears to be the main problem
> folks are seeing. 2.0.34 fixes this and also seems to get squid users about
> 5-10% speedups
>
> Alan
>
I'm able to confirm this....

kernel v2.0.34pre7, pentium memcopy patch, and the vortex v0.49J-smpcheck
driver gives the best performance so far...

I have been useing this config with 2.0.34pre2 with an uptime of about
35days bevor upgrading to 2.0.34pre7.

Disksystem - software raid 0 with the latest ncr driver set v2.6i and
2 * IBM 4.3GB UW disk for the squid cache and a third one for the
system with 256mb swap and 256mb memory..

only for your info
Michael



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