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SubjectRe: Results of using tar with 2.5.[60 63 62-mm3] and reiser[fs 4], ext3, xfs.
On Thu, 27 Feb 2003, Hans Reiser wrote:


> I would advise using a larger benchmark with 30-60 kernels being
> copied. Filesystems sometimes perform differently for sync than for
> memory pressure.

Agreed, a benchmark suite gives a better view of overall performance.

When ext3 came out I benchmarked it running a usenet news server. I
configured it for one file per article and fed in about 100k articles with
each one being offered multiple times to generate both rejects and
accepts. I suppose I should do that again, it would give some insight into
performance creating *lots* of files, many in the same directory.

Needless to say for production use I configure a news server for least
resources and the filesystem plays little part in the performance.

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bill davidsen <davidsen@tmr.com>
CTO, TMR Associates, Inc
Doing interesting things with little computers since 1979.

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