disk devices speed is ugly

Adrian Chadd adrian at freebsd.org
Mon Feb 13 05:27:10 UTC 2012

On 12 February 2012 09:34, Alex Samorukov <ml at os2.kiev.ua> wrote:

> Yes. But it will nit fix non-cached access to the disk (raw) devices. And
> this is the main reason why ntfs-3g and exfat are much slower then working
> on Linux.

But _that_ can be fixed with the appropriate application of a sensible
caching layer.

So if there are alignment issues, let's fix those up first so
filesystems act sensibly with the block device layer. Then yes, adding
a caching layer that works. I didn't get very good performance with
g_cache when i last tried it.


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