FreeBSD ZFS vs. Linux EXT4/Btrfs RAID With Twenty SSDs
Written by Michael Larabel in Storage on 14 December 2018. Page 3 of 3. 35 Comments

With 4K writes via IOzone, EXT4 RAID0 performance was the fastest followed by Btrfs RAID0. For IOzone, Linux was much faster than FreeBSD 12 with ZFS.

The EXT4 file-system configuration meanwhile was the fastest for CompileBench during the I/O heavy initial create task.

EXT4 RAID0 performance was very fast for the PostgreSQL database server more so than Btrfs. FreeBSD 12 with ZFS out-of-the-box was running much slower than Linux for this popular open-source SQL database server.

Those are some initial benchmarks so far. Next from the 20 x SSD benchmarking series will be looking at the ZFS On Linux 0.8 performance against FreeBSD ZFS for looking at how its performance compares and potentially OpenIndiana ZFS too.


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