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SubjectRe: [PATCH] vfs: Delete the associated dentry when deleting a file
is there any chance you could run this through the test robot
performance suite? The original full patch at

and it would be interesting if the test robot could see if the patch
makes any difference on any other loads?


On Wed, 15 May 2024 at 02:17, Yafang Shao <> wrote:
> Our applications, built on Elasticsearch[0], frequently create and delete
> files. These applications operate within containers, some with a memory
> limit exceeding 100GB. Over prolonged periods, the accumulation of negative
> dentries within these containers can amount to tens of gigabytes.
> Upon container exit, directories are deleted. However, due to the numerous
> associated dentries, this process can be time-consuming. Our users have
> expressed frustration with this prolonged exit duration, which constitutes
> our first issue.

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