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    Andrew Morton wrote:
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    > It works, and it'll get you close to disk bandwidth with this test.
    > But the effects of this change on other workloads (the so-called
    > "slow growth" scenario) still needs to be understood and tested.
    >

    Does compiling the kernel constitute a reasonable example of a slow
    growth workload? If not what is a slow growth workload where file
    system performance is important?






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