[Zope] DirectoryStorage and UFS2
matth at netsight.co.uk
Wed May 19 13:18:48 EDT 2004
Ken Gunderson wrote:
> I am unsure whether UFS2 would best utilize the "chunky" or "busy"
> options. The 64 bit pointers allow for up to 65K subdirs w/in a dir,
> correct? So the large number of subdirs under chunky format could be
> handled. Dirhash and dirpref can deal can cope with large numbers of
> files per directory, correct. But then doesn't UFS2 still use more
> linear model?
> Any insights from the FBSD/filesystem gurus would be appreciated.
We use DirectoryStorage on UFS+softupdates on FreeBSD 4.x and use bushy.
I did a few simple tests of bushy vs. chunky and didn't get any
significant difference. Whether this holds true for UFS2 or not I don't
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