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answered Does ZFS really stripe across every vdev, even in very large zpools?
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answered A backup system alone: tower or rack chasis?
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comment Production-ready, highly reliable filesystems on Linux: ext4 ext3 XFS or JFS (or ZFS)?
Since then, ZFSonLinux became a pretty good solution, and in fact I'm running it in production on my day job workstation. It works pretty good, but you need to be careful when setting it up.
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comment Debian 6 or CentOS 6 - which one is easiest for latest versions of Ruby and Postgres?
@A4J That's what I have used in the past, and what would essentially be the solution here. It's just a matter of selecting the repositories and priorities :)
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answered Debian 6 or CentOS 6 - which one is easiest for latest versions of Ruby and Postgres?
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revised Production-ready, highly reliable filesystems on Linux: ext4 ext3 XFS or JFS (or ZFS)?
Added info about XFS create/unlink performance and description of _debugfs_
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comment Production-ready, highly reliable filesystems on Linux: ext4 ext3 XFS or JFS (or ZFS)?
@warren - I'm sorry for not responding earlier, but I wasn't monitoring the site recently. As for reliable comparisons, I can only point to various fs benchmarks on the net, including Phoronix. I can only assure you that their results fit observed behaviour of my system under both XFS and Ext4. As I mentioned in my answer, I can't reliably answer performance on the rest.
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answered Production-ready, highly reliable filesystems on Linux: ext4 ext3 XFS or JFS (or ZFS)?
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answered Performance & Security Factors of Symbolic Links
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