Filesystem I/O From a Database Perspective

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Published on September 19, 2008

Author: selenamarie

Source: slideshare.net

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Presented by Gabrielle Roth and Selena Deckelmann at the Linux Plumbers Conference in Portland, OR on September 18, 2008. Talk focused on assumptions that administrators make about filesystem performance on Linux, and presents three surprising results from the tests. Authors are presenting further work from this testing at PostgreSQL Conference West 2008, in October.

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