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SubjectRe: Ext2 directory index, updated
On Mon, Nov 05, 2001 at 02:43:28AM +0100, you [Daniel Phillips] claimed:
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> Which kernel are you using? From 2.4.10 on ext2 has an accelerator in
> ext2_find_entry - it caches the last lookup position. I'm wondering how that
> affects this case.

Is that the same optimization Ted T'so implemented for ext3 around 0.9.10? I
thought it hadn't been ported the ext2...

BTW, I assume the ext2 dir index patch is roughly equivalent to FreeBSD
dirhash and the the other patch resembles theFreeBSD dirperf patch?
Have you looked at them? [http://www.osnews.com/story.php?news_id=153]


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