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SubjectRe: New XFS, ReiserFS and Ext2 benchmarks
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On Tuesday 22 May 2001 04:41, Ricardo Galli wrote:
> Hi,
> you can find at http://bulma.lug.net/static/ a few new benchmarks
> among Reiser, XFS and Ext2 (also one with JFS).
>
> This time there is a comprehensive Hans' Mongo benchmarks
> (http://bulma.lug.net/static/mongo/ )and a couple of kernel
> compilations and read/write/fsync operations tests (I was very
> careful of populating the cache before the measures for the last two
> cases).

The measured create and rename times for Ext2 look pretty silly, don't they?
OK, I know that my htree directory index patch isn't part of Ext2 yet, but at
least lets mention that this is a solved problem.

http://nl.linux.org/~phillips/htree

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Daniel
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