To date I don't, but my only other system, not XFS is not the same
configuration either. As a matter of fact, I've only got 1 system like
the one which is shown here.
Of note though, *my* stats are very different from Sebastian's. I'm
using XFS-2.4.17 patched with -aarc2. So, my system may be as maxed as I
can get in the way that it works.
On Mon, 2002-02-25 at 14:42, Steve Lord wrote:
> Well, the xfs inode cache is pretty much controlled via the inode cache,
> which is only shrunk if you get into the cache pruning code if you run
> short of memory.
> I can easily prune out my inode cache without doing unmounts, but my
> memory size is a lot smaller than yours.
> I presume you do not see this issue with other filesystems?
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