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Re: Changes in SQL backend design

From: Jan Horák <horak.honza_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 23:59:26 +0200

Hello Phil,

Dne 12.4.2010 8:02, Philipp Marek napsal(a):
> Sorry for the delay; but reading the thread "Severe performance issues with
> large directories" I just remembered that the backend has a little bit of a
> problem with big directories - storage overhead.
> Do you see any way to split directories into a series of blocks (like files
> are done), and when changing only a few of the files using pointers to the
> unmodified blocks of the old directory?
> I don't propose a real delta design - that was too slow, IIRC.
> Just re-use of directory blocks; that shouldn't bring any performance issues.
> Is there some way to do that? Perhaps multiple "." entries in a directory,
> which just point to other parts?

I'm not sure if we think the same issue, but I was thinking about a kind
of hash table. Using
a sophisticated table size it could bring good results, supposedly.


Received on 2010-04-13 23:59:57 CEST

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