Re: xfs: does mkfs.xfs require fancy switches to get decent performance? (was Tux3 Report: How fast can we fsync?)
From: Jeremy Allison
Date: Wed May 13 2015 - 16:09:49 EST
On Wed, May 13, 2015 at 12:37:41PM -0700, Daniel Phillips wrote:
> On 05/13/2015 12:09 PM, Martin Steigerwald wrote:
> > "Assume good faith" can help here. No amount of accusing people of bad
> > intention will change them. The only thing you have the power to change is
> > your approach. You absolutely and ultimately do not have the power to change
> > other people. You can´t force Tux3 in by sheer willpower or attacking
> > people.
> > On any account for anyone discussing here: I believe that any personal
> > attacks, counter-attacks or "you are wrong" kind of speech will not help to
> > move this discussion out of the circling it seems to be in at the moment.
> Thanks for the sane commentary. I have the power to change my behavior.
> But if nobody else changes their behavior, the process remains just as
> unpleasant for us as it ever was (not just me!). Obviously, this is
> not the first time I have been through this, and it has never been
> pleasant. After a while, contributors just get tired of the grind and
> move on to something more fun. I know I did, and I am far from the
> only one.
Daniel, please listen to Martin. He speaks a fundamental truth
As you know, I am also interested in Tux3, and would love to
see it as a filesystem option for NAS servers using Samba. But
please think about the way you're interacting with people on the
list, and whether that makes this outcome more or less likely.
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