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Although the EXT2 and EXT3 filesystems share the same general organization, the EXT3 filesystem supports various attributes that are specific to its support for journaling. These attributes are stored in the superblock of an EXT3 filesystem. The most interesting of these attributes are those that control the journaling mode used by a mounted EXT3 filesystem. The three journaling modes supported by the EXT3 filesystem were discussed earlier in this chapter in the section EXT3. Each EXT3 filesystem is assigned a default journaling mode when that filesystem is created; by default, all EXT3 filesystem are created with a default journaling mode of ordered, which means that only filesystem metadata changes are logged to the journal, but all pending changes to filesystem data itself are written to disk before filesystem metadata changes are committed. You can use the mount command s data=mode option to override the default journaling mode assigned to an EXT3 filesystem when it is mounted. Possible values for mode are the three journaling modes journal, ordered, and writeback. As an example, the following mount command mounts the partition /dev/hda5 on the directory /mnt as an EXT3 filesystem with the writeback journaling mode:
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When introducing ReiserFS earlier in this chapter, we discussed the way that ReiserFS can optimize the storage requirements of files smaller than the filesystem block size and the ends of files that are not aligned to the block size by actually storing those files in the b-tree. The latter saves space overall but can add some overhead because of the need to allocate space for the b-tree and balance the tree. If you wanted to stop this from happening at a slight sacrifice of disk space (about 5 percent or 6 percent of the filesystem), you can pass the notail parameter when you mount the filesystem using -o notail:
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Another option that you can specify when mounting a ReiserFS filesystem is to disable journaling. To turn off journaling, add the nolog parameter to the options that you supply to the mount command. At the time of this writing, the Reiser filesystem actually still executes its journaling algorithm internally when this option is specified but simply does not write this data to disk, so this option will provide only a slight increase in performance at the potential detriment of reliability should your system crash while a process is writing to the filesystem.
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The mount options discussed in the previous sections were specific to certain types of filesystems. This section discusses mount options that can be used with any type of filesystem and are therefore generally useful options to consider when fine-tuning your system. When a file in a filesystem is accessed by the system or an application, its access time is updated in the entry associated with that file. This information is stored in the file s inode for Unix and Linux filesystems, or in the filesystem-specific data structure for other types of filesystems. If you and your applications do not need to know when the file was last accessed (either by writing to the file or by simply reading it), you can tell the filesystem that it should not update this. If you are accessing thousands of files, this can add up to a tremendous savings in processing time and can dramatically improve performance when an application deals with a large number of files. To stop the access time from being updated each time you simply examine a file in a mounted filesystem, you can mount the filesystem with the noatime option, as in the following example:
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If you share external disks with other Linux systems, you might want to consider disabling the use of the s bit on executables in the filesystems on the external disk. The s bit (set user ID on execution) was explained in 2. You can disable all uses of the s bit within a single filesystem by mounting it with the nosuid option, as in the following example:
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