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SubjectRe: Reiser vs EXT3
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On Thu, 2002-10-31 at 13:51, Hans Reiser wrote:
> If you want to talk about 2.6 then you should talk about reiser4 not
> reiserfs v3, and reiser4 is 7.6 times the write performance of ext3 for
> 30 copies of the linux kernel source code using modern IDE drives and
> modern processors on a dual-CPU box, so I don't think any amount of
> improved scalability will make ext3 competitive with reiser4 for
> performance usages.
>
> We haven't had anyone test performance using RAID yet for reiser4, that
> could be fun.

I have a 14-drive hardware RAID array on an 8-proc box. Is that the
kind of thing you want testing on? If you want to send me some testing
scripts, I'll run them.

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Dave Hansen
haveblue@us.ibm.com

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