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[News] Linux: New Desktop Scheduler Coming, File Systems Compared

  • Subject: [News] Linux: New Desktop Scheduler Coming, File Systems Compared
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 10 Sep 2009 00:15:15 +0100
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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Ingo Molnar Tests New BF Scheduler

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| Kernel developer Ingo Molnar has done a benchmark test to compare his Completely 
| Fair Scheduler (CFS) with the recently released BFS from Australian Con Kolivas.


Metadata Performance Exploration Part 2: XFS, JFS, ReiserFS, ext2, and Reiser4

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| More performance: We add five file systems to our previous benchmark results to 
| creating a âuberâ article on metadata file system performance. We follow the 
| âgoodâ benchmarking guidelines presented in a previous article and examine the 
| good, the bad and the interesting.



Metadata Performance of Four Linux File Systems

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| This article isnât so much about benchmarks as a product, but rather it is an
| exploration looking for interesting observations or trends or the lack
| thereof. In particular this article examines the metadata performance of
| several Linux file systems using a specific micro-benchmark. Fundamentally
| this article is really an exploration to understand if there is any metadata
| performance differences between 4 Linux file systems (ext3, ext4, btrfs, and
| nilfs) using a metadata benchmark called fdtree. So now itâs time to eat our
| dog food and do benchmarking with the recommendations previously mentioned.


Ubuntu 9.10 Alpha 4 Benchmarks

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| Besides some of the synthetic graphics test results being lower in Ubuntu
| 9.10 Alpha 4, the rest of the Linux desktop benchmarking spectrum experienced
| the same or better results. With the switch to EXT4 and some other
| improvements, in a few tests it shows Ubuntu 9.10 really shining.

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