Eric Persson wrote:
I'm looking to improve the performance on one of our imap-servers since
its getting slow on large folders with 100k or more files in them. The
imapserver is courier imap(using maildir format), and I'll hope to keep
that as of now.
However, I read that reiserfs was more efficient than ext3 handling lots
of small files, which sounds like a good choice for this application.
But is there other options? Is reiserfs the best choice?
Hints, personal experience, feedback would be interesting..
These links may be a little bit out-dated and I hope someone else can supplement
Filesystems (ext3, reiser, xfs, jfs) comparison on Debian Etch
Benchmarking Filesystems Part II LG #122
Filesystems comparison using kernel build
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