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Re: WAPBL vs. lfs?
Thor Lancelot Simon wrote
... well under half
the maximum throughput of the disk in many such cases -- and that is even
if you don't subtract the extra-writes penalty for the journal (all
metadata is effectively written twice).
The performace degregration of FFS WAPBL journaling is quite noticiable
for slow computers. Journaling is a sort of "high availablity" feature in
return of cost, for CPU and disk IO handwidth. I would pick FFS softdep
rather than log which should be carefully intended for application domain
where it does matter.
Toru Nishimura / ALKYL Technology
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