In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, David Gilbert writes: >That reminds me... has anyone thought of designing the system to have >more than 8 frags per block? Increasingly, for large file >performance, we're pushing up the block size dramatically. This is >with the assumption that large disks will contain large files. > >It strikes me that driving the block size up (as far as 1M) and having >a 256 (or so) fragments might become appropriate.
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