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FS for many small files, mostly reads?

I need a direction since all the blogs/benchs seems to contradict. Goal: Having a lot of small files on FS in a directory tree fashion similar to this AB/CD/EF... Two size groups : G1 : 10-20 kB G2 ...
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Slower file create on faster server. Why?

I have thwo servers. The old one is 24GB RAM, i7-950 @ 3,0Ghz, 2x 1,5TB SATA HDD (ST31500341AS). The new is 32GB RAM, i7-3770 @ 3,4GHz, 2x 3,0TB SATA HDD (ST3000DM001-9YN166). Now I noiticed, ...
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Raid-5 Performance per spindle scaling

So I am stuck in a corner, I have a storage project that is limited to 24 spindles, and requires heavy random Write (the corresponding read side is purely sequential). Needs every bit of space on my ...
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what is the fastest way to report quotas in xfs filesystem

I have a server Xeon 3065, 4GB RAM, 2x1TB HDDs in raid0. This box is used mainly for bittorrent shared among 4 users. For that reason i formatted the home directory (where the bittorrent files are ...
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Appropriate Linux (ubuntu 10.04) FS type for rapid FS management many small files and directories [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Linux's best filesystem to work with 10000's of files without overloading the system I/O I have an 240gb image store of approximately 1.5 million entries. About ...
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Poor XFS performance — what's going on?

I recently formatted a 20TB array as XFS. For file transfers < 10G performance is fantastic. However once I exceed 10G disk I/O decays logarithmically. I have the journal on the same disk. When ...
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Very Slow Sequential Reads over NFS from an XFS disk in Amazon EC2

I am using tiobench to test performance of an NFS mounted volume, and notice that Sequential Reads are much slower than Random Reads. This isn't the behavior when I run the same test on the disk ...