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Re: What's the best file system for AmigaOS 4.x?

Subject: Re: What's the best file system for AmigaOS 4.x?
by kas1e on 2010/12/1 17:34:25

@Phantom

When i install aos4 first time, i just make system partioin as FFS (my bad), all working partitions in SFS , and one little (about 500mb) partition as JFS (and i name it as JFS, just for tests). But those tests was not tests, i just works with it all the time, make all what i want and do not want on it, and looks like JFS pretty stable, fast and can be usable.

Soon i will put new hdd (because 40gb are 100% not enough with all that modern stuff), i will do it like that:

SFS2 - system (because as i know, jfs can't be bootable ? )
JFS - all the working partitions.

I already noticed, that JFS are better than SFS : for example when you will have less than 100mb on SFS, and it will pretty fragmentated because of millions files which you move/update/delete, then it will slow downs a lot, while with JFS you not have any problems, and even if there 5mb are free, everything works as should.

From other side, JFS use CPU a bit more (i think on 5-10% more than SFS) when you do heavy coping. But for my need and fast work i for sure will choice JFS for everythere where it possible.

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