On Thu, 15 May 2008, david(at)lang(dot)hm wrote:
> IIRC postgres likes to do 1M/file, which isn't very largeas far as the -T
> setting goes.
ITYF it's actually 1GB/file.
> think twice about this. ext2/3 get slow when they fill up (they have
> fragmentation problems when free space gets too small), this 5% that only
> root can use also serves as a buffer against that as well.
It makes sense to me that the usage pattern of Postgres would be much less
susceptible to causing fragmentation than normal filesystem usage. Has
anyone actually tested this and found out?
Isn't "Microsoft Works" something of a contradiction?
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