I remember a message awhile back saying that the benefits of setting the
mount option biosize=13 plus more would be incorporated in development
versions of XFS. So I'm wondering, will it still be benefitial on an ia32
machine to mount an XFS filesystem using the "biosize=13" option if the
system is running on Linux kernel 2.4.4 with the following
Also, would there be any tips related to performance when creating the XFS
filesystem? For example, should a certain option be used of most of the
files will be small, a certain option for mixed large files and small
files, et al. The same question goes for mount points. Or maybe someone
has a website with XFS performance tips? I remember someone else asking
this question awhile back, too.
I hope you all don't mind the questions. I'm in an asking mood today.
Thanks a lot in advance for the help!
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