Eric Sandeen wrote:
> Paul send the same patch to the list recently; it's on the list of things
> to look at.
> Can you follow up with the questions from yesterday; i.e. what sort of
> storage are you using, etc?
That's not what I recommended to him.
Here is my mail to him.
I don't know what I have break with that patch that I send in and would rather
have SGI guys test is first.
>Don't bother with the xfs_info output.
>Backup your data and then recreate the filesystems with the following:
>mkfs.xfs -l size=8192b /dev/sdb5
>mkfs.xfs -l size=8192b /dev/sdb6
>change the lines in your fstab to
>/dev/sdb5 /miketest xfs exec,dev,suid,rw,logbufs=8 1 1
>/dev/sdb6 /apps2 xfs exec,dev,suid,rw,logbufs=8 1 1
>I would very strongly suggest that you update your kernel to one of these
>(Remember to update your xfsprogs as well.)
>there is a few updates that helps performance.