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SubjectRe: reiser4 snapshot for August 26th.
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On Tue, 2003-08-26 at 12:41, Alex Zarochentsev wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 26, 2003 at 10:41:45PM +0400, Hans Reiser wrote:
> > Mr. Demidov, if you put code that does not compile into our tree you
> > need to make the config option for it be invisible.
>
> There is such an option already, CONFIG_REISER4_FS_SYSCALL,
> seems it is off by default.

Yes, but I the simple minded user that I am turned it on without reading
the Kconfig help carefully. Now, it's off, and it compiles.

But, now for more interesting stuff:

[root@spc1 steven]# cd /
[root@spc1 /]# mkdir share_r4
[root@spc1 /]# mount -t reiser4 /dev/hda11 /share_r4
[root@spc1 /]# df -T
Filesystem Type 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/hda1 ext3 241116 89449 139219 40% /
/dev/hda9 ext3 20556656 16526188 4030468 81% /home
none tmpfs 126784 0 126784 0% /dev/shm
/dev/hda8 ext3 241116 4711 223957 3% /tmp
/dev/hda6 ext3 3012204 2507596 351592 88% /usr
/dev/hda7 ext3 489992 70721 393971 16% /var
df: `/share_r4': Value too large for defined data type

I have recently run mkfs.reiser4 on /dev/hda11 with no options.
The reiser4progs version is 0.4.12.

I made a local clone of the 2.6-test bk tree on the new reiser4
file system and that worked OK.

I then did a "time bk -r check -acv", twice for both reiser4 and ext3.
Here are the results for the second run for each (I neglected to
preserve the results for the initial bk -r check -acv):

Reiser4:
real 1m27.774s
user 0m33.685s
sys 0m16.059s

Ext3:
real 2m55.179s
user 0m32.752s
sys 0m5.835s

Nice work. I'll try to break Reiser4 now.

Steven




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