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  • OpenZFS 2.0-RC7 Brings Better ABI Handling, Reduced Latency For Non-Interactive I/O

    Phoronix: OpenZFS 2.0-RC7 Brings Better ABI Handling, Reduced Latency For Non-Interactive I/O

    OpenZFS 2.0 is getting quite close to release but isn't over the finish line yet and this week brings the seventh release candidate...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...0-RC7-Released

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    I like how it supports the fast zstd levels. I'd like for it to be able to be set lower...higher...friggin negatives .

    Back when I was using compressed zstd kernel images, go figure that I switch to LZ4 when the kernel gets zstd support and I don't have to patch it in, but back then I discovered that I needed fast 5000 for it to benchmark as fast as LZ4....just compressing and decompressing a kernel image on a /tmp ramdisk. I wish I saved my results for long term....I think they're posted here somewhere if anyone is bored and wants to search for them.

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      Link is broken:
      https://github.com/openzfs/zfs/commi...9d25c5bac92822

      phoronix

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