tunefs -m minfree for "big drives"
turbo23 at gmx.net
Sat Mar 13 02:00:28 PST 2004
FreeBSD 4.9 man tunefs(8) explains in section "-m minfree" that default
8% disk space is reserved for root. The man page also says clearly that
I'll lose performance if I lower minfree.
On my mailserver I've one drive for the base system and a raid
enviroment with 500GB space for the users mailboxes. 8% of 500gb space
is a lot of space which I can't use anymore for my users mailboxes.
So if I set this minfree to < 8% is there any other option I've to set
that I don't lose too much performance. We talk about a lot of write
procedures for small files.
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