[OSM-talk] tile rendereing total space
phil_g at pobox.com
Tue Jan 10 15:52:01 GMT 2012
* ciprian niculescu <cnicules at gmail.com> [2012-01-09 16:30 +0100]:
> Nice thread on space, but what about inode number, on my server i get fast
> to 100% inode used.
> So what filesystems do you use, in what cluster config.
XFS (as Grant noted) and JFS both do well with large numbers of allocated
inodes. ReiserFS doesn't appear to have an inode limit at all, but I tend
to avoid it these days, mostly for reasons of personal experience: I've
had disk failures that damaged XFS, JFS, and ReiserFS filesystems, and
have had the best experiences recovering data from damaged JFS
I'm not sure what you mean by "cluster config", but I keep my tiles (for
very low-demand usage) in an LVM logical volume that sits on a RAID1
physical volume. I don't do any disk spanning tricks for them. My
PostgreSQL rendering database, however, spans four 10k RPM disks in a
...computer contrarian of the first order... / http://aperiodic.net/phil/
PGP: 026A27F2 print: D200 5BDB FC4B B24A 9248 9F7A 4322 2D22 026A 27F2
Let's call it an accidental feature.
-- Larry Wall
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