[OpenWrt-Devel] procd: patch to support busybox mkfs.ext2
hojuruku at gmail.com
Sat Jul 2 20:37:05 EDT 2016
Actually lzo compresses better but they are both fast. lz4 is faster
on embedded devices.
zram-swap should use lz4 if available and the patch can be as it
<mangix> lz4 has compression levels. in any case, speed > size on
embedded devices. interestingly enough, higher lz4 compression yields
They are mostly the same. On average 2.8 compression ratio in lz4 vs
3.0 in lzo. Can't hurt to go with the fastest.
On 3 July 2016 at 07:10, Luke McKee <hojuruku at gmail.com> wrote:
> v2 of the patch. uses lz4 compression by default. lz4 is always
> installed by openwrt Makefile Config.in if zram.
> lz4 is best for compressed filesystems as we all know (if you had to
> choose between that and lzo).
> zram-swap can keep using lzo for speed!
> I'll work in a compatibility patch for zram-swap script next to see if
> zram0 is already being used and hot-add a new device.
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