I think the concerns for media serving are speed, stability volume
growth, and very large capacity. One problem I have with a myth like
setup is ability to large raid like capabilities and be able to have
a living room presentable case mod.
On Dec 14,[masked]:16 PM, Bruce Ingalls <[address removed]> wrote:
> If you are concerned about performance, you should look at EXT4, which
> should be in beta. Of course, if you are willing to give up stability,
> EXT2 will have slightly better performance than EXT3.
> The best solution, of course, may be to consider spending more on hardware.
> The so-called tuning tips link sadly skips the effects of anything the
> sysadmin might be able to configure. For example, what is the impact
> of modifying the following:
> Logical Volume Management
> /proc settings?
> Is it possible to adjust inodes or block sizes?
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