Phoronix benchmarks for Hammer


A Phoronix test of DragonFly’s Hammer filesystem turned  up, via Siju George.  It’s not really a benchmark as much as it is a speed test, and it’s not a realistic comparison, but it’s interesting to see numbers.

They need a graph that shows how much historical data can be recovered by each file system, or how long fsck takes after a crash.

Update: Matthew Dillon points out the many ways these tests are wrong.

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  1. The guy behind Phoronix is called Michael, he is quite a bit of a ass and knows next to nothing but lightly.

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