Re: rm -rf is too slow on large files and directory structure(Around 30000)
Bilal mk <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I am using xfs filesystem and also did the fsck. DMA is enabled.
> Also perfomed xfs defragmentation( xfs_fsr). But still an issue not only rm
> -rf but also cp command
Traditionally XFS is super slow when deleting lots of little files --
much, _much_, slower than ext3, for instance...
[I guess it's supposed to be better now, but I dunno, I"ve only
experienced the slow version.]
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