On 2020-02-12 11:37, Matt Graham wrote: > On 2020-02-11 20:36, Nathan (PLUGAZ) wrote:
>> On 2020-02-11 19:43, Matt Graham wrote:
> [putting this back on the PLUG list]
>>> I did "mount /mnt/testrsync -o remount,barrier=0" and immediately
>>> after that, that LV showed up in the output from mount with
>>> "nobarrier" in it.
>> Just for fun, I tried exactly that, mount -o remount,barrier=0
>> /remote and it says
>> mount.nfs4: an incorrect mount option was specified >
> "nobarrier" is a valid option for *ext34* filesystems. You have to
> execute the remount command on the machine that's *serving* this
> filesystem over NFS, not the machine that's *mounting* the filesystem
> over NFS. Once that's done, file creation over NFS should be a heck
> of a lot faster.
Got it! talk about one of those facepalm moments. I mounted the volume
on the file server with nobarrier and wouldn't you know it's
ridiculously fast now.
I'll keep an eye on this and see how it goes.