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SubjectRe: ext3 throughput woes on certain (possibly heavily fragmented) files
Aaron Lehmann wrote:

>On Fri, Sep 06, 2002 at 09:22:22PM +0400, Hans Reiser wrote:
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>>I think I prefer that we implement a repacker for reiser4 though, as
>>that, combined with delayed allocation, will be a balanced and thorough
>>solution.
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>How does current ReiserFS fare against extreme fragmentation? What
>about XFS? Without trying to risk a flamewar, what Linux filesystems
>are the most preventive of fragmentation?
>
>The filesystem could make a huge difference on a machine like a mail
>server...
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>
>
Sometimes it is best to confess that one does not have the expertise
appropriate for answering a question. Someone on our mailing list
studied it carefully though. Perhaps they can comment.

Hans

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