I just found this #comparison I made in #2009. I was working in some company and suggested them to use #Gentoo on #reiserfs instead of #RHEL on #ext3. I have assembled a gentoo system, and they did the tests. These are results. Blue - my gentoo Red - #RedHat This is text they sent to me.

P-4 2.4 MHz RAM 512, 

Gentoo (kernel 2.6.28.7, FS – reiserfs)  

RedHat 4 Enterprise (kernel 2.6.9-5, FS –ext3)

WRITE

Gentoo

41 MB, 387203 record file

LOAD DATA INFILE "04062007" INTO TABLE ulog;                        Time        6.53 sec

64 MB, 590284 record file

LOAD DATA INFILE "03282007" INTO TABLE ulog;                        Time        10.74 sec

RH4 EL

41 MB, 387203 record file

LOAD DATA INFILE "04062007" INTO TABLE ulog;                        Time        21.14 sec

64 MB, 590284 record file

LOAD DATA INFILE "03282007" INTO TABLE ulog;                        Time        32.75 sec

READ

Gentoo

SELECT COUNT(*) FROM page, page_info WHERE page.page_namespace = 100 AND page.page_id = page_info.page_id;                                                        Time 2 min 57.14 sec

SELECT COUNT(*) FROM page WHERE page_title LIKE ‘a’;                Time 7 min 44.56 sec

RH

SELECT COUNT(*) FROM page, page_info WHERE page.page_namespace = 100 AND page.page_id = page_info.page_id;                                                        Time 3 min 54.27 sec

SELECT COUNT(*) FROM page WHERE page_title LIKE ‘a’;                Time 10 min 2.54 sec

բնօրինակ սփիւռքում(եւ մեկնաբանութիւննե՞ր)