avg at FreeBSD.org
Wed Aug 3 10:39:58 UTC 2011
on 03/08/2011 00:09 Peter Jeremy said the following:
> An alternative viewpoint is that this is wasteful because data is then
If you stop accessing data on disk after putting it into an application cache,
then there would not be double-buffering, the OS is free to evict it from its cache.
> An alternative view is that the default ZFS configuration is sub-optimal and
> should be fixed
I agree with this.
> - rather than insisting that every tool that accesses more than a handful of
> files should do its own caching.
But not for this reason.
> (And, reading zfs-discuss, avg@ is far from the only person to have been
> bitten by the ZFS metadata limit).
But for this reason :-)
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