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SubjectRe: bonnie++ benchmarks for ext2,ext3,ext4,jfs,reiserfs,xfs,zfs on software raid 5


On Mon, 30 Jul 2007, Miklos Szeredi wrote:

>> Extrapolating these %cpu number makes ZFS the fastest.
>>
>> Are you sure these numbers are correct?
>
> Note, that %cpu numbers for fuse filesystems are inherently skewed,
> because the CPU usage of the filesystem process itself is not taken
> into account.
>
> So the numbers are not all that good, but according to the zfs-fuse
> author it hasn't been optimized yet, so they may improve.
>
> Miklos
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This was performed on an E6300, 1 core was ZFS/FUSE (or quite a bit of it
anyway)

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