Btrfs Mount Option Benchmarks With The Linux 4.9 Kernel

Written by Michael Larabel in Storage on 19 December 2016. Page 4 of 4. 20 Comments
Btrfs File-System Mount Option Testing On Linux 4.9

CompileBench is another test benefiting from Zlib/LZO compression while discard also helped the results.

Btrfs File-System Mount Option Testing On Linux 4.9

Lastly is the demanding PostgreSQL database benchmark. LZO/Zlib compression here was of some help while discard also ended up being a big win while noatime and other mount options helped to a lesser extent.

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