How to optimize ext3/ext4 file system performance?
lakshmipathi.g at gmail.com
Thu Jun 11 11:39:20 UTC 2009
I want to create ext3FS or ext4FS with it's maximum performace.
I thought about below points (If i'm wrong please let me know ) :
1)Using writeback mode .
2)Use larger block size (8K)
3)Enable noaccess time, in fstab.
I'm not sure about below option,but i read,its about directory optimization.
4)e2fsck -D -f /dev/sda
Anyother tips to optimize the file system? I'm planning to spend
sometime with "Linux From scratch" in comings days.
So I want "my" system to have better performace :)
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