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  • evil_core
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    Originally posted by bezirg View Post
    Yes Michael, I would love a new round of filesystem benchmarks (particularly on ssd). The last round was on 5.8 and a lot of performance improvements have happened since then to btrfs, ext4,f2fs, xfs
    It looks like 5.14 will have interesting improvements, so it would be interesting to test this kernel (even development branch)

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  • bezirg
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    Yes Michael, I would love a new round of filesystem benchmarks (particularly on ssd). The last round was on 5.8 and a lot of performance improvements have happened since then to btrfs, ext4,f2fs, xfs

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  • F2FS Picking Up "compress_cache" Feature With Linux 5.14

    Phoronix: F2FS Picking Up "compress_cache" Feature With Linux 5.14

    The Flash-Friendly File-System (F2FS) saw queued into its "dev" tree this week the new compress_cache mount option ahead of the upcoming Linux 5.14 cycle...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...compress_cache
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