On Aug 6, 2006, at 11:51 PM, Igor Robul wrote:
On Sat, Aug 05, 2006 at 08:35:31PM +0100, Martin Hepworth wrote:
Background fsck does not work well with big filesystems, it can
Softupdates removes the issue if havinh to fsck filesystems after and
make server useless for long period of time, sometimes I just boot
server in single user mode and do "fsck -y" because while it means
downtime, but after this downtime server will work ... while
fsck eats all server memory and most of CPU.
I'm very happy, that I dont need do this often :-)
If I remember the postings or news from a while back right, someone
is porting ZFS from OpenSolaris to FreeBSD(?). I will be glad when
this happens. I have been playing with ZFS on a Solaris machine and
it is majorly cool. Goodbye fsck and Hello ease of use and performance.
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