On Sun, 21 May 2000, Lawrence Manning wrote:
> That's my observation anyway. I did some dd and bonnie tests
> and got abismal results :-( Machine unusable during dd write
> etc. pre9-2 on the other hand is close to being as smooth as,
> say, 2.3.51. What happened? ;)
OK, I guess this means shrink_mmap() should not wait on
*every* locked buffer it runs into ;)
This will destroy both latency (we end up waiting for a
*lot* of buffers) and throughput (waiting on buffers could
interfere with request sorting if we're unlucky).
> I also should chip in to say that 2.2.15 is abit sick IO wise
> for me too.
I'm working on it :)
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