We have executed some benchs on gfs2, gfs compared to ext3 and ocfs2
and the results are (just some examples):
* Read on 1 file : quite the same performance * Write on 1 file : quite the same performance * Creation of many many files and repertories : gfs2 is 10 times less good than ext3 and ocfs2 * Write of a file tree followed by 4 reading process : gfs and gfs2 : 40 mn ocfs2 : 3 mnDoes it seem normal for you ? or is there some hidden tuning somewhere to increase
performances when using gfs2 (or gfs) ?
Thanks a lot.