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Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2023 04:31:05 +0000
Subject: [Bug 217965] ext4(?) regression since 6.5.0 on sata hdd

--- Comment #29 from Eyal Lebedinsky ( ---
I now repeated the test with the new option.

The result is that very few dirty buffers are recorded, but the rsync that
usually takes a few seconds, now stops for minutes at a time.

The machine also stutters, for example as I open a snall file on /data1.

The following perf run is of the rsync.

$ sudo sysctl vm.drop_caches=3
$ sudo mount -o remount,nodelalloc /data1
$ (d="`date`" ; sudo rsync -aHSK --stats --progress --checksum-choice=none
--no-compress -W /data2/no-backup/old-backups/tapes/13/
/data1/no-backup/old-backups/tapes-again/13/ ; echo "`date`: started $d")
$ sudo perf record -p 1531839 -g sleep 60
$ sudo perf report --no-children --stdio -i

I will add the logs as an attachment (I hope).

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