On Fri, Feb 16, 2018 at 9:02 AM Dusty Mabe <dusty(a)dustymabe.com> wrote:
On 02/16/2018 08:47 AM, Miroslav Suchý wrote:
> After I seen the talk about VDO:
> I went ahead and tried it.
> I tried it on small (12GB) sample of Copr data and I saved 20-30% data.
> I then deployed it on production server retrace.fedoraproject.org
saved there 15% out of 2TB.
Thanks for sharing!
Once we get it into Fedora this would be a great blog post for the
magazine. What do you think?
Weird, I just jokingly pinged you (dusty) about this in freenode. VDO, i
discovered today, *is* being built for fedora in a copr repo (msuchy, I
can't believe you didn't see it :) ). The maintainers are trying to keep it
up to date but are actually looking for help on triggering a rebuild on
kernel updates. I pestered clime who gave me something for them.
so.. if you want it for fedora..
$ sudo dnf copr enable rhawalsh/dm-vdo
$ sudo dnf install vdo kmod-kvdo
/me goes back to catching up on email from two weeks on the road
I added Paul to this to see what he thinks as well.
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