On Mon, Oct 07, 2002 at 07:50:27PM -0700, Andrew Morton wrote:
> I have the core code for ext3. It's at
> I never tested it, but that's a formality ;)
> It offers a simple ioctl to reloate a single page's worth of blocks.
> It's fully journalled and recoverable, pagecache coherent, etc.
> But the userspace application which calls that ioctl hasn't been
I decided not to let the fact that I have never written any FS code
stand in the way of making suggestions :-) :-)
Do you think it would be better to make the defragmentation part of
the normal operation of the FS rather than a seperate application. For
example, if you did a fragmentation check/fix on the last close of a file
you would know that coherency issues were not going to be important. It
might also give you some way to determine which files were important to
keep close together.
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