[linux-lvm] thinpool metadata size
Paul B. Henson
henson at acm.org
Fri Mar 14 02:39:06 UTC 2014
> From: Mike Snitzer
> Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2014 7:02 AM
> So if I were relegated to using upstream kernels, I'd track latest
> stable kernel if I could.
I can, and I guess I will :), it just adds a little extra volatility and
work. Maybe by the time the next long-term stable after 3.12 gets picked
thin provisioning and cache will have settled down enough to go with it.
> I'm not sure if the tool tracks the rate of change. It may account for
> worst case of _every_ block for the provided number of thin devices
> _not_ being shared.
Interesting, then after I added an extra order of magnitude padding for the
number of snapshots, it's probably quite over allocated. But still, again
2.5G isn't very much in the scale of things.
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