Jeff Mahoney wrote:
Lastly, I'd like to ask that you take the
opportunity to test with the
latest openSUSE Factory kernel running 3.10-final. 12.3 used the 3.7
kernel since it was the most recent release going into the beta cycle
and we've seen a bunch of btrfs fixes since that release.
I look forward to your feedback and the opportunity to improve btrfs for
the 13.1 release and future releases.
How about starting ~10 procs creating numerically incrementing
files with sizes @ 128 768, 1K, 16k, 256k 32M 512M.
Start them all, let them run for a few minutes, then kill power.
Maybe put a fixed pattern in each so you can also verify the
Of some of those files, have them seek to end and write 1 byte.
Are the remaining blocks zeroed when you read them? Are the files
What is the optimal I/O size? (testing w/dd for example
using iflags=direct oflags=direct Whats the maximum throughput?
...compared to theoretical?
Seems like those would test a few things...
Can they have ACL's (presuming yes), add accels to some
and see if a power hit results in any problems there?
Just a few "gentle" things to try out a FS.
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