A quick and easy performance improvement
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Wed Jul 26 22:13:19 IST 2006
Denis Beauchemin wrote:
> Julian Field a écrit :
>>> Separate partitions also allow different mount options, and in the
>>> event of data loss due to power outages, etc, it is more likely that
>>> the system will still come up, making it easier for you to restore
>>> from backup as necessary.
>> With journalling filesystems this is totally irrelevant. They just
>> replay the log (a matter of milliseconds) and come back up.
> Unless there hasn't been a check in more than 6 months... then the check
> is forced at next reboot... not necessarily when you would have liked it...
> I've had problems with both mailstores in the last 6 months and fsck on
> 400G partitions with zillions of files takes a lot of time! On our new
> servers I created 40 10G partitions (easy to manage with Cyrus).
This is completely dependent on the OS and filesystem. I have 5 Tb on
Solaris 10 and it won't ever do a full fsck (at least I'm pretty sure it
won't with ZFS).
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