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SubjectRe: big ext3 sequential write improvement in 2.5.51-mm1 gone in 2.5.53-mm1
Andrew Morton wrote:

>rwhron@earthlink.net wrote:
>
>>qsbench creates heavy swap load and simultaneous ed build. (small gnu package
>>"tar xzf/configure/make/make check").
>>
>
>[snip]
>(Well, 2.5 _used_ to run it faster. The anticipatory scheduling patch makes
>2.5's qsbench a little slower than 2.4. `qsbench -m 350' on `mem=256m').
>
Some regressions are probably unavoidable, however a lot should be
able to be tuned out.

Nick

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