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Re: JFFS2 performance (fwd)
> ext2cmpr uses chattr and extended attributes for this
That's the plan.
$Id: TODO,v 1.3 2001/03/01 23:26:48 dwmw2 Exp $
- disable compression in commit_write()? Or at least optimise the 'always write whole page' bit.
- fix zlib. It's ugly as hell and there are at least three copies in the kernel tree
- fine-tune the allocation / GC thresholds
- chattr support - turning on/off and tuning compression per-inode
- checkpointing (do we need this? scan is quite fast)
- make the scan code populate real inodes so read_inode just after
mount doesn't have to read the flash twice for large files.
Make this a per-inode option, changable with chattr, so you can
decide which inodes should be in-core immediately after mount.
- stop it depending on a block device. mount(8) needs a change for this.
- make it work on NAND flash. We need to know when we can GC
deletion dirents, etc. And think about holes/truncation. It can
all be done reasonably simply, but it need implementing.
- NAND flash will require new dirent/dnode structures on the medium with
ECC data in rather than just the CRC we're using ATM.
- test, test, test
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