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SubjectRe: Reiser4 status: benchmarked vs. V3 (and ext3)
So, in summary, reiser4 will do a good job of flushing in large batches 
using large bios, and that is most of what you can do to optimize for
large erase size.

Things that could be added: improved compression for small files,
garbage collection based freeing of unused blocks, increasing node size
to equal erase size.

We can add such features for a fee, or you can code them yourself and
send us a patch.

If I am wrong about compact flashes all having hardware wear leveling so
that FAT can be used on them, then you can add wear leveling to the list
of features desirable.

--
Hans


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