On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 3:22 AM, Fajar A. Nugraha <w...@fajar.net> wrote:
>> I have ever not seen any issues until I did a comparison with Linux.
> So basically you're comparing linux + ext3/4 performance with solaris
> + zfs, on the same hardware? That's not really fair, is it?
> If your load is I/O-intensive enough, ext3/4 will easily win since it
> doesn't have to do things like calculating checksum.
> Now if you compare it to .. say ... btrfs, or zfsonlinux, it'd be more
> in the same ballpark.
I'll be more comfortable if I didn't see the lock contention, are you indicating
this(every file vnode access will acquire the same root mutex) is normal?
I think it will be good if calculating checksum consumes CPU.
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