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[Xen-users] File System Doubt

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  • From: "Artur Baruchi" <mail.baruchi@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 22 Sep 2007 13:43:51 -0300
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Is there any difference in using a file as disk or a big partition to Xen?
Im running some benchmarks and Xen shows a great performance while
creating and removing files, I mean, a performance much better than a
real machine...
So im figure out that the fact that im using a simple file as disk to
Xen is the reason of this great performance... Can this guess be true?


Artur Baruchi

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