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  • EarthMind
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    I think you're dramatizing the results Michael. Zstd doesn't give "much better" results than the others. There is improvement yes, but for most users this is negligible. Only for big scale use where there are a lot of users and a lot of files, you can see a real advantage. But that's a different test case.

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  • davidbepo
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    TL;DR if using compression use Zstd

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  • tildearrow
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    Very little typo:

    Originally posted by phoronix View Post
    due to failing up the entire 120GB SSD.. But of the

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  • digitus2001
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    Would be great if something like 'compsize' could be used to also include compression statistics for each performance tool, as I am guessing there will be a relationship between performance, compression level and amount of data that was actually attempted to be compressed....

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  • phoronix
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    Btrfs Zstd Compression Benchmarks On Linux 4.14

    Phoronix: Btrfs Zstd Compression Benchmarks On Linux 4.14

    Of the many new features in Linux 4.14, one of the prominent additions is initial support for Zstd compression that is initially wired in for transparent file-system compression with SquashFS and Btrfs. Here are some benchmarks of Zstd Btrfs compression compared to the existing LZO and Zlib compression mount options.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=25526
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