[mythtv-users] Which filesystem deletes large files the faste st?
Buechler, Mark R
Mark_R_Buechler at bausch.com
Thu Oct 28 00:06:43 UTC 2004
I have a separate mountpoint on an internal drive 20gig in size for the
ringbuffers. After about 24 hours this 20gig mountpoint will nearly fill.
With reiser when I escape from LiveTV this nearly 20gig file would take 30
seconds or more to delete. After reading this list I switched to JFS for
this mountpoint and just tonight tested it. A 20gig file under JFS deleted
in less than a second. I think hands down JFS is best for the ringbuffer.
From: Brian Stults [mailto:bstults at crim.ufl.edu]
Sent: Tuesday, October 26, 2004 9:24 PM
To: Discussion about mythtv
Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] Which filesystem deletes large files the
Buchanan, Paul (West) wrote:
>>Which FS deletes large files the fastest, without loosing too much
>>when it crashes?
> Its probably a toss up between XFS and Reiser, depending on what benchmark
you are looking at. I am using XFS, and find that deletes take almost no
time at all with 2-3 Gb files.
I used to use ReiserFS. It was great for most things, but deleting files
was particularly slow. I switched to JFS (after reading the mythtv
documentation - hint, hint) and it is much, much faster at deleting.
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