XFS memory recomendation?
Emil.Assarsson at sonyericsson.com
Fri Feb 17 09:27:02 CST 2012
Thanks for the answer Dave and Michael.
As you might realize, I have no knowledge if the internal works of
My problem is that the file system sometimes seems to be a bit laggy
when listing directories and so on. I really don't know how to deal with
it. I guess more memory always will help but where should I put the
Can it be a solution (ugly) to warm up the cache by making a complete
"find" on the file system sending output to /dev/null? but then again it
would probably be a stupid way to use precious memory for something that
isn't used that often.
fre 2012-02-17 klockan 14:05 +0100 skrev Michael Monnerie:
> Am Freitag, 17. Februar 2012, 13:49:41 schrieb Dave Chinner:
> > What's a "file allocation table"? XFS doesn't have one.
> I guess he means the inode/dentry cache and such.
> BTW, what's the difference of inode and dentry caches? I'd like to
> understand the setting of
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