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W dniu 6 października 2010 15:42 użytkownik Eric Sandeen
<sandeen at redhat.com> napisał:
> Michał Piotrowski wrote:
>> W dniu 6 października 2010 05:01 użytkownik Eric Sandeen
>> <sandeen at redhat.com> napisał:
>>> cool! I suppose I could turn it on in rawhide, or you could just
>>> build your own e2fsprogs to get it ...
>> I already built my own version.
> Ok, let me know if you can break anything! :)
> (Some of my concern, which is admittedly hand-wavy, is the
> kernelside design of the thing, but any outright breakage
> of the current implementation would be good to find as well)
> Some things to test would be attempting to defrag files
> which are being actively written to / read from in various
> ways - concurrent access, mmap, etc. Also possibly testing large
> and/or sparse files, files with extended attributes, testing
> enospc conditions ....
Does it makes sense to run tests on a large filesystem? I have a spare
1tb hdd, but I do not know if it's worth to run such tests.
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