Re: Best File System for partitions over 600GB
- From: Mike McCarty <Mike.McCarty@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2007 11:43:16 -0600
Roberto C. Sanchez wrote:
I personally am a fan of XFS. However, it is also possible to use ext3
on large partitions, as you point out. At work, I have a production
server (running RHEL, unfortunately) which is serving up a 6 TB
Why unfortunately? Do Linux fans have to hate other distros as well
filesystem. I took to reading up on ext3 and judiciously set things
like the block size and some of the other filesystem parameters so that
crash recovery would not take ages and so that performance would be a
bit better. Of course, since Debian supports both XFS and JFS quite
Care to share your insights? Or at least pointers where one may
obtain similar insights? Those of us who use ext3 would appreciate
any distillation of the information.
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