[CentOS] Looking for experiences with filesystem choices....

Tom Bishop bishoptf at gmail.com
Mon Mar 22 15:59:28 UTC 2010


So I tried XFS last night and it cut my copy times down substantially, so I
need someone to verify that XFS in centos 5.4 has barriers enabled by
default, I am not using LVM just the old fashion partitions and mount
points.  It appears that reading from the centos wiki that xfs is enabled in
the kernel due to upstream vendor doing so for the first timeI loaded up
xfsprogs and xfsdump but it was not clear about the barrier details....


Thanks...in advance. :)

On Mon, Mar 22, 2010 at 9:26 AM, Brent L. Bates <blbates at vigyan.com> wrote:

>     If you want dependability, reliability, robustness, and a fast file
> system the only choice is XFS.  It is the ONLY file system I will
> use/trust.
>  I've been using it since it first came out on SGI's under IRIX and have
> been
> using it under Linux for a number of years.  It survives system crashes and
> disk hardware problems and just keeps on going.  You will not find a better
> file system out there.
>
> --
>
>  Brent L. Bates (UNIX Sys. Admin.)
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>
>
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