[Linux-cluster] gfs2 performance

eric johnson johnson.eric at gmail.com
Mon Jul 14 21:31:06 UTC 2008

Hi Ozgur -

It would be interesting to hear you elaborate on the domain of problems you
were hoping to have GFS2 solve and then how you ultimately tackled them
with just EXT3.

I'm certainly not saying that one can't solve them with EXT3 - just curious
to see the approach.


2008/7/14 Ozgur Akan <ozgurakan at gmail.com>:

> Hi,
> Unfortunately, we formatted 8TB volume with EXT3 and finally put it into
> production.
> I am really disappointed with GFS2 performance, it is not fast enough for
> large file systems with many files. On the other hand we still use GFS for a
> 350gb partition with low IO. GFS has many good promises but only for some
> specific environments with probably low IO, small number of files etc..
> I think it can never be as fast as EXT3 because if its design and targets
> but something close would make us more than happy.
> best wishes,
> Ozgur Akan
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