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SubjectRe: More filesystem corruption under 2.4.1-pre8 and SW Raid5
Holger Kiehl wrote:

> > I'm running your test with 48 MB ram, 12500 files, 9 processes in a 156
> > MB partition (swapoff, here is the test partition ;-).
> > With 192MB Ram I don't see the corruption.
> >
> I am not sure if I understand you correctly: with 48MB you do get
> corruption and with 192MB not? And if you do see corruption are you
> using SW Raid, SMP?

Sorry for the confusion: The 'mem=48M' test was still running when I
wrote the last mail.

I don't see a corruption - neither with 192MB ram nor with 48 MB ram.
SMP, no SW Raid, ext2, but only 1024 byte/file and only 12500

> With 10000 I also had no problem, my next step was 50000.
10000 files need ~180MB, that fit's into the cache.
50000 files need ~900MB, that doesn't fit into the cache.

I'd try 10000 files, but now with "mem=64m"

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