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Re: Valid Benchmark Value & Methods

To: Dewangga <dewanggaba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Valid Benchmark Value & Methods
From: Martin Steigerwald <martin@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 07 May 2015 15:54:06 +0200
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Am Donnerstag, 7. Mai 2015, 19:16:02 schrieb Dewangga:
> Hello Martin,
> Thanks for your reply, yes I've read that link, but another question,
> is noatime,nodiratime,etc still valid for performance tuning guidance?
> Even the default mount options only "rw,inode64,seclabel,attr2".
> Is it still increase the performance if the additional mount options
> added?

noatime implies nodiratime as far as I know.

And yes, it can help for databases for example. I think official 
recommendation for MySQL and PostgreSQL is to use noatime. There is a post 
by Theodore T´so somewhere about make clean workload on Ext4 with noatime, 
relatime and strictatime handling and only noatime considerably reduced the 
amount of writes.

noatime is a generic tuning option which can help with other filesystems as 

Martin 'Helios' Steigerwald - http://www.Lichtvoll.de
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