cnfs and block size
rra at stanford.edu
Wed Apr 18 07:06:03 UTC 2001
Peng, Willie <WPeng at Exchange.FULLERTON.EDU> writes:
> I have a question, I've checked out the man page and it suggested when
> creating blank files, use dd if=/dev/zero of=/outfile bs=32k..... Does
> the size of block affect performance?
It affects how fast it takes dd to run, but beyond that it has no effect
> If I use bs=32k, does innd writes articles in chunks of 32k
Nope, INN always uses the same block size regardless.
Russ Allbery (rra at stanford.edu) <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>
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