Re: [Ocfs2-devel] Ocfs2 performance

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Mark Fasheh <[email protected]> wrote:
> Your hash sizes are still ridiculously large.

How long are those entries in the buckets kept? I mean if I untar a tree the
files are only locked while extracted, afterwards they are owner-less... (I
must admint I dont understand ocfs2 very deeply, but maybe explaining why so
many active locks need to be cached might help to find an optimized way.

> By the way, an interesting thing happened when I recently switched disk
> arrays - the fluctuations in untar times disappeared. The new array is much
> nicer, while the old one was basically Just A Bunch Of Disks. Also, sync
> times dropped dramatically.

Writeback Cache?

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