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  1. Well, maybe just start by installing the Ubuntu...

    Well, maybe just start by installing the Ubuntu Server Edition instead of the Desktop Edition? What the benchmark has told me so far is, that the desktop crew did a extraordinary job (I do not run a...
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    Nope, don't believe most developers being capable...

    Nope, don't believe most developers being capable of doing that.. but users can decide that they do not have any useful data and enable the faster (but less secure) behaviour with -o nobarriers. So I...
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    I wouldn't call every non-Atom system 'cutting...

    I wouldn't call every non-Atom system 'cutting edge'. And it's not about the speed, it's about the cpu Architecture (and I would think the core architecture more in use than the Atom one) and the...
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    maybe I was unclear. Ext2/3 hat the behaviour...

    maybe I was unclear.

    Ext2/3 hat the behaviour that it's performance increase was mostly IO bound, reiserfs was mostly CPU-bound.

    That means:

    base system, both have a performance of 100.
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    Then call it a performance for Linux Netbook...

    Then call it a performance for Linux Netbook filesystems.. if it is still CPU bound you cannot use this test for a general statement about ext4 performance (ie. what users would expect under a title...
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    another thing that I remember from earlier linux...

    another thing that I remember from earlier linux days:

    ext2/3 were mostly CPU-bound which means you can increase performance vastly by adding more CPU power. Other file-systems (ie. ReiserFS) are...
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    Are you really complaining that kernel developers...

    Are you really complaining that kernel developers have chosen safe over fast defaults?

    I dunno, but I <3 my data and would rather prefer that I can access it even if some unlucky power-out...
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