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comment Effectively handling 2+ million files
So, ext4 does the job
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At the end I stay with ext4. Everything works very well. Thank you for good explanation.
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I will have all my tests done by tomorrow.
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At the moment it is a working prototype. I want to have it as a single file because it would be easier to handle. Also I want to avoid fragmentation, so I prefer to keep it in read only FS. My DB serves critical app and response time must be always under 1 second. I have about 50 requests per second...
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ISO seems to be good, the only thing I am worried is random file access. Do you know how good ISO handle random file acces?
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Thank you for your input. I didn't mentioned that files are compressed already by zlib. Sorry for that - I will add it to the question now.
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What are advantages of ISO?
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