|Will Dyson on 22 Sep 2006 16:05:21 -0000|
On 9/22/06, Randy Schmidt <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I was able to create a reiserfs filesystem on it by leaving it overnight, and like someone said, it took forever to mount, but it's there. Is there any downside to keeping reiserfs? I read a little about it and apparently it's not as good if the system crashes? The journaling isn't there or isn't as good?
It seems to me the much bigger issue is that you still have a huge performance problem using the hpt374 driver. Try the following command to see what kind of performance you are getting from your array:
time dd if=/dev/zero bs=1M count=100 > [some location on array]
That will write 100 MB to the drive and tell you how long it took, and from there you can easily figure out the MB/s.
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