On Freitag, 7. Oktober 2011 Dave Chinner wrote:
> And with 1.7 million inodes in it. That's a lot for a tiny
> filesystem, and not really a use case that XFS is well suited to.
> XFS will work, but it won't age gracefully under these conditions...
But which FS would fit better for that? We have similar usages, so I'm
> As it is, your problem is most likely fragmented free space (an
> aging problem). Inodes are allocated in chunks of 64, so require an
> -aligned- contiguous 16k extent for the default 256 byte inode size.
> If you have no aligned contiguous 16k extents free then inode
> allocation will fail.
Would this be a use case for the "noikeep" mount option?
When would be the time XFS drops inode clusters that are already empty,
when I use noikeep on an aged XFS with lots of such unused inode
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