On Tue, Jan 8, 2013 at 4:04 AM, Takeshi Yamamuro
> Apart from my patch, what I care is that the current one might
> be much slow against I/O. For example, when compressing
> and writing large values, compressing data (20-40MiB/s) might be
> a dragger against writing data in disks (50-80MiB/s). Moreover,
> IMHO modern (and very fast) I/O subsystems such as SSD make a
> bigger issue in this case.
What about just turning compression off?
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