2003-08-21 ragyogó napján Bill Moran ezt üzente:
Tomka Gergely wrote:
One of my friend do these tests. We think about the best filesystem for the Linux/Postgres systems.
The four test was:
teszt1 - 10.000 inserts teszt2 - 10.inserts, 10 in one trans. teszt3 - 14.000.000 inserts, 1.000 in one trans. teszt4 - "Select count(*)" on the big table.
What test are interesting? Plese give us tips and ideas. The guy has time for other test.
It's a shame you didn't test ufs+softupdates. I'd be curious to see how it stacked up against the others.
Shame? I smell here a harcore BSD fighter :)
Well, I suppose ...
Maybe sometime he run tests on *SD, but now we need linux data.
"He" has had it on his list of things to do for months.
And if I ever get enough free moments, I will test *both* BSD and Linux, because I'm terribly biased towards BSD because that's all I use. In addition to being interested in how FreeBSD's ufs+softupdates compares to the variety of Linux journalling filesystems, I'm also interested to compare FreeBSD's performance on ext2fs and FAT to Linux's peformance on those same filesystems.
It's a "shame" because I simply haven't found the time yet.
-- Bill Moran Potential Technologies http://www.potentialtech.com
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