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SubjectRe: Solaris ZFS on Linux [Was: Re: the " 'official' point of view" expressed by kernelnewbies.org regarding reiser4 inclusion]
> suspect, particularly with 7200/min (s)ATA crap. 

Quoting myself (again):
>> A quick'n'dirty ZFS-vs-UFS-vs-Reiser3-vs-Reiser4-vs-Ext3 'benchmark'

Yeah, the test ran on a single SATA-Harddisk (quick'n'dirty).
I'm so sorry but i don't have access to a $$$ Raid-System at home.

Anyway: The test shows us that Reiser4 performed very good on my
(common 0-8-15) hardware.


> sdparm --clear=WCE /dev/sda # please.

How about using /dev/emcpower* for the next benchmark?

I mighty be able to re-run it in a few weeks if people are interested
and if i receive constructive suggestions (= Postmark parameters,
mkfs options, etc..)


Regards,
Adrian

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