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SubjectRe: [PATCH] concurrent block allocation for ext2 against 2.5.64
> First of all, thanks for this work, Alex.  It's been a long time in coming.
> One thing I would wonder about is whether we should be implementing this in
> ext2, or in ext3 only. One of the decisions we made in the past is that we
> shouldn't necessarily implement everything in ext2 (especially features that
> complicated the code, and are only useful on high-end systems).
> There was a desire to keep ext2 small and simple, and ext3 would get the
> fancy high-end features that make sense if you have a large filesystem
> that you would likely be using in conjunction with ext3 anyways.

Errrm ... if you want to start advocating that sort of thing, I suggest
you make ext3 usable on high end systems first. At the moment, that makes
no sense whatsoever. Ext3 still doesn't scale to big systems.


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