XFS 'vs' ext3 and Can they go hand in hand !
cedric.de.wijs at softhome.net
Thu Mar 4 14:20:43 PST 2004
On Thursday 04 March 2004 16:58, Charles Simpson wrote:
> Vishal wrote:
> >I used "make menuconfig" and opted for ext3 file system. After doing some
> > research on file systems,
> >i was wondering if i can use XFS filesystem (which uses b-tree) for
> > database (only), to increase the perfomance.
> >And i also read that XFS is Journaled 64-bit file system for IRIX.
> >My platform is also 64-bit, Xeon (Intel's) and Linux seems to support XFS.
> >Will it be a good choice if i use ext3 file system for files and XFS for
> > database. And is it possible !
> Can I ask why you chose to go with ext3 at all? XFS will do just fine
> with your regular filesystem. While it is possible to do what you
> suggested, I see no reason to, considering most of ext3's performance
> problems. In my experience, XFS is at least as stable as ext3, has the
> same journaling capabilities, and supports ACL.
Sorry for barging in, but what do you mean by performance problems? Is ext2
much faster than ext3? What filesys do you recommend?
The only dumb question is the one omitted
De enige domme vraag is degene die niet gesteld wordt
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