If someone has a vanilla 2.4.18-xfs (V1.1) kernel, I think it would be
interesting to see if it can pass this new test.
At Eric's suggestion, I'm changing the i/o load from dd to fsstress.
I will get that done before I crank it up for the weekend.
>> On Fri, 2002-08-30 at 16:36, Greg Freemyer wrote:
>> > Steve,
>> > I have compiled the CVS kernel from xfs, and have tried my snapshot
>> script on it.
>> > It has successfully done 20 iterations. (this is a first for me.)
>> > Not only did it succeed at this, but the time to perform an iteration
>> dropped drastically from using my prior kernel.
>> > i.e. It typically took a couple of minutes per iteration to take the
>> snapshot/mount it/unmount it/delete it. Now it is taking around 10
>> > I have changed the iteration counter to 10,000 and I'm going to let it
>> run over the long weekend.
>> > Hopefully we will have a success with this pure xfs cvs kernel.
>> See, its not our fault ;-), maybe Andrea needs to run xfs tests on
>> his kernels.... actually his code is pretty old now. Christoph may
>> be giving him some new code.
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>> Principal Engineer, Filesystem Software email: lord@xxxxxxx
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