On 08/11/09 06:03, Darren J Moffat wrote:
I thought so too initially, then I changed my mind and I like it the way
it is. The reason being is that describing the intent allows changing
the implementation and keeping the meaning. It is the intent that
matters to the administrator not the implementation.
Also worth noting that is the fact that the use of WR_INDIRECT log
writes is altered depending on this property. Even in a pool with no
dedicated log devices, changing this property can have an effect on
overall performance, so it clearly cannot be defined as simply as "use
log devices" or not.
Eric Schrock, Fishworks http://blogs.sun.com/eschrock
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