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  • ferry
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    That would be great. Or anybody picking up the hot data relocation patches from IBM. But I don't see any work happening in this area.

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  • waxhead
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    That and data reservations will use the same ticketing system as for metadata. Future work also includes replacing the locking system with standard locking. That will reduce performance somewhat for some workloads but it should be good in the long run. Glad to see that my favourite filesystem is improving so much. I really hope that we are getting closer to supporting different mount options and/or storage profiles per subvolume. A while ago I suggested being able to assign/tag storage devices to groups and then assigning individual weights for read and/or write for a subvolumes assigned group. That would make a hybrid storage pool (sdd/hdd) much more feasible in my humble opinion. Crossing my fingers for some functionality like that!

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  • Btrfs With Linux 5.10 Brings Some Sizable FSync Performance Improvements

    Phoronix: Btrfs With Linux 5.10 Brings Some Sizable FSync Performance Improvements

    The Btrfs file-system is seeing some promising additions with Linux 5.10...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...s-Fsync-Faster
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