If a fast filesystem is upmost, try ext2. It's numbers are impressive,
it is the standard.
The only difference between it and ext3 is the journaling, which
allows for a fast recovery if you have a power outage or something.
The only downside of ext2 is that the disk checking after something
like a power outage is slow.
On 18:30 Wed 29 Jun , gramhorst@... wrote:
> Thank you Jonathan... so perhaps moving to jfs could make it? It seems from googling around that its CPU usage is constantly low. Any experiences with it?
> Thanks in advance, Willy.
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> De: Jonathan Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Fecha: Miércoles, Junio 29, 2005 6:24 pm
> Asunto: Re: [gentoo-performance] Resources for Gentoo Desktop Performance Tuning
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> > Guillermo Ramhorst wrote:
> > > Hi Gentooers. I've been playing around with Gentoo for a while,
> > and now
> > > comes the time to tune up things a bit, as my k6-2 500mhz cpu and
> > 256mb> RAM are getting a bit slowy. I 've emerged gnome (which I no
> > longer use
> > > except for some icons and perhaps a couple of utilities), xfce4 and
> > > icewm. The last 2 of which I'm playing with, along with ROX for file
> > > management and desktop (pinboard).
> > > I would like to know about pointers to guides, hints & tips on
> > how to
> > > tailor a Gentoo system the improve performance (e.g. what
> > processes to
> > > comment out, USE flags, file system issues, etc etc). Oh, forgot to
> > > mention I'm using ReiserFS 3 fs's except /boot which is ext2.
> > > Any help will be appreciated.
> > > Thanks in advance!!!
> > > Willy.
> > using reiser on your system is a _bad_ idea. reiser requires large
> > ammounts of cpu power, which you don't seem to have
> > there is a nice fluxbox guide in the gentoo documentation if you are
> > still looking for WM guides
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