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CFQ vs Deadline - performance benefits [closed]

Running CPanel and wondering what would be the best for web hosting? deadline is more balanced over CFQ right so would allow for more I/O activities right
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1answer
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Trade reliability for speed in a slow filesystem

On my box running Ubuntu Server 11.10 I have a rather slow soft RAID6 array on four USB sticks (and no other means for persistent storage). I want a faster filesystem on that box. I'm OK if I'd lose ...
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Filesystem/Options for intensive random I/O

I'm planning to (privately) deploy a server that will be hammered with random I/Os in files ranging from 100MB to 50GB. The requests will range from 128 KB to 4MB. The profile will be 50:50 concerning ...
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3answers
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Linux's best filesystem to work with 10000's of files without overloading the system I/O

It is known that certain AMD64 Linuxes are subject of being unresponsive under heavy disk I/O (see Gentoo forums: AMD64 system slow/unresponsive during disk access (Part 2)), unfortunately have such ...
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2answers
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perf tuning for ESX vmfs3 on RAID

looking for recommendations on ESX4 OS - VMFS version3: RAID-5 : matching the stripe size with VMFS block size? (64K, 128K etc) RAID controller options: "adaptive read ahead, write-back" on PERC 6i ...