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    Default F2FS File-System Shows Regressions On Linux 3.10

    Phoronix: F2FS File-System Shows Regressions On Linux 3.10

    With the merge window on the feature-rich Linux 3.10 kernel having been closed, the usual roundabout of Phoronix benchmarking of the Linux kernel has commenced. In our initial testing of the F2FS file-system on Linux 3.10, however, yields negative performance changes.

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    For me, the kernel also panic's after about 2 hours within ipt_packet_log. On two machines.

    Hope next releases will be smaller and less intrusive :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexilion View Post
    For me, the kernel also panic's after about 2 hours within ipt_packet_log. On two machines.

    Hope next releases will be smaller and less intrusive :/
    I also ditched the Kernel after finding out that Intel-KMS is broken in EFI-Booting.
    After all, using the latest rc from 3.8 proves to be the safest way to go.

    It may be fixed by now, but I currently am not able to check it out, as I'm rebuilding my system.
    Last edited by frign; 05-14-2013 at 06:50 AM.

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    sometimes new releases are slower because they fix bugs/flaws to make the code less likely to screw up your data in a race condition, so it's not necessarily a bad thing that things are slower.

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