From: Wynne, Conor (Conor.Wynne at domain compaq.com)
Date: Tue 08 May 2001 - 09:53:05 IST
I have seen this, but It was because I Kompiled extra checking in the
kernel. It basically verified twice every write to the drive or something.
Recompiled without it and bobs your auntie.
From: Mark Fallon [mailto:mark.fallon at domain oracle.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2001 3:04 AM
To: Stefan (stk); ilug at domain linux.ie
Subject: Re: [ILUG] Reiser-fs
"Stefan (stk)" wrote:
> Can someone explain me the differences between a reiser-fs and a extf2? Or
> can find informations about it?
> And is it better to use a reiser-fs or a extf2 in a server system?
> Irish Linux Users' Group: ilug at domain linux.ie
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> List maintainer: listmaster at domain linux.ie
reiser-fs is a journalling file system, while we will
have to wait until ext3 to get it there. There
are definite benefits with this, but recently we have been
seeing reiser-fs running five times slower than ext2, has
anybody else seen or know how to resolve this behaviour?
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