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SubjectRe: e2fs performance as function of block size
Hi,

On Wed, Nov 22, 2000 at 11:28:12PM +0100, Michael Marxmeier wrote:
>
> If the files get somewhat bigger (eg. > 1G) having a bigger block
> size also greatly reduces the ext2 overhead. Especially fsync()
> used to be really bad on big file but choosing a bigger block
> size changed a lot.

2.4 fsync should be better, but still dependent on file size. The
O_SYNC patches I posted the other day give you an fsync which is
independent of file size.

Cheers,
Stephen
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