[mythtv] Which filesystem?
Plug at BryceCo.Net
Mon Jan 27 11:55:52 EST 2003
Besides my own personal, favourable experience, I think I saw some
benchmarks in the latest issue of Linux Journal.
On Mon, 2003-01-27 at 11:41, Chris Lack wrote:
> On Monday 27 January 2003 12:26 pm, Micah Morton wrote:
> > I would honestly recommend XFS. Other than being WAY faster than
> > ext2/ext3, it is a TRUE journaling file system rather than the band-aid of
> > a file system ext3. :) Its solid, stable, and fast. I would recommend it
> > to anybody dealing at all with video or multimedia apps. SGI uses it for
> > all of their graphics stations.
> I've had a partition just up and disappear with xfs. Something similar with
> reiserfs as well. It's been a while now, but I wouldn't trust any vital
> information to anything but the ext family just yet. It would probably be
> fine for a tmp style recordings directory though. Micah do you have any
> links to benchmarks proving that XFS is "way" faster than ext3? Not that I
> don't believe you, I'm just interested in seeing quantisized data on the
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Bryce C <Plug at BryceCo.Net>
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