dovecot, maildir, UFS 2 performance
gandalf at shopzeus.com
Wed Sep 24 15:58:21 UTC 2008
> You can treat UFS as ext2/3 with dir_index enabled by default (not
> exactly but that's what dirhash translates to in practice).
> UFS by default creates 2k fragments ("sub-blocks"), so in practice any
> tuning in this direction won't do much.
> More drives=better in this case. Don't forget to tune dirhash_maxmem.
I think this is what I really wanted to know. Thank you!
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