Which version of reiser r u talking about, k2.4 series ?
On 08 May 2001 15:03:28 +0100, Paul Jakma wrote:
> On 8 May 2001, Stephane Dudzinski wrote:
>> > We've seen examples of big mail servers hosting gigs and gigs of
> > data without any specific loss, and it goes fast as well, what
> > else to ask ?
>> what about under heavy load?
>> Last time i tried Reiserfs was an extremely easy way to bring a box
> down. try the following in a scratch dir:
>> for i in `seq 0 1024` ; do for j in `seq 0 32768` ; do mkdir $i ;
> touch $i/$j ; done ; done
>>> ext2, while extremely slow as the number of dirs and files gets
> large, survived. reiserfs panic'ed the box. IIRC correctly from l-k,
> reiserfs has problems with being easily provoked into using too much
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