On Wednesday 09 September 2009 14:25:17 James Cameron wrote:
If file systems have problems with continuous reads from a continuous file.
Otherwise I really doubt that you will see something file-system specific.
BTW: Doing a real benchmark still requires one run with hdparm to get the=20
maximum values for the transfer rates...
> Opinion ... I've never found any use for filesystem performance
I think for plain recording it shouldn't make a difference. When playback=20
occurs, there are multiple files involved and it could be the seeks also de=
on how the file systems lays out the files on disk. So that might have an=20
influence. If this information isn't cached in ram.
Otherwise its just a matter of taste and bad experience. For example there =
three types of people regarding reiserfs: Those that haven't used it yet,=20
those that have used it and love it and finally those that had used it and =
data because of it...
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