dtj at uberh4x0r.org
Thu Oct 31 12:37:58 EST 2002
On Thu, 2002-10-31 at 11:11, Greg Lindahl wrote:
> > There are also wsize,rsizes that can be adjusted in nfs/fstab that
> > adjust how data is buffered and written back to NFS mounts.
> This is good advice; raising these to 32k often improves performance.
> However, some older Linux kernels won't raise them above 8k.
Or just get it off of nfs all together. Networks have a nasty way of
getting in the way of optimal performance. Of course there are logistics
issues (ie. rsync'ing data files) and convenience, but it might mean a
huge performance payoff. Sometimes the biggest files are invariant, so
it isn't much of a problem.
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