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Re: [linux-lvm] User count, general question for all y'all



> 
> On Tue, 16 Feb 1999, Heinz Mauelshagen wrote:
> 
> > BTW: i have not been able to test any performance boosts with reiserfs;
> >      reiserfsck is far to slow to be usefull
> 
> Reiser is slower unless you use notails,nopreserve and be careful about
> what blocksize you use. Small files, small blocks.
> 
> I find system time goes up, user time down, overall time spent scribbling
> goes slightly down on average. That really depends on your usage. It
> requires tuning to work well.
> 
> Also, when I had this deadlock, my one mounted reiser LV (what had almost
> no files open) lost MUCH data after a reiserfsck. Practically EVERYTHING
> in every dir. Needless to say, mke2fs /dev/vg00/opt...
> 
> > P.S.: does somebody know about any Linux JFSes available for testing?
> 
> I only know of the LFS projects out there...
> 


Thank you for the information,

i thought there could be other JFS activities being pretty far out there...

IMHO it is a question of 9999 small Linux installations vs. the big one
driving JFSes for Linux coming up ;*)

Heinz
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