phoronix benchmarks ext4 vs. btrfs
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Fri Mar 9 08:15:54 UTC 2012
On Mar 9, 2012, at 12:30 AM, Matthias Runge wrote:
> if your file system places data inefficiently on disk/storage, you want
> to measure this, too. If you're comparing file system speed, I think,
> you should measure the whole thing and be sure to create comparable
The source files are on a jhfs+ volume. I'm disinterested in disk to disk copy. And I'm disinterested in comparing jhfs+ to other file system copies. I'm wondering how a system pushing data from memory to disk.
> You can't really control, how your file system cache is filled.
> Although I must say, measuring a the whole effort a few times
> consecutively provides more reliable numbers (caution: but no
> disk speed measurement).
I can probably control it to some degree if there isn't much free memory left, by creating a large ramdisk, that will end up as file system cache.
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