Fuse-vs-Rump-vs-Native file system performances
I would like to see some file system benchmarks on fuse-vs-native (there were some on ZFS, but also others could be interesting).
A really interesting new technology is Rump, which provides NetBSD drivers in userspace on many different OSes, including Linux. fs-utils provides utilities to handle the file systems the Rump userland kernel provides.
Binary packages of Rump and fs-utils for a variety of Linux distros can be found at:
Disclaimer: I did the OBS packaging so I might be biased.
32 bit vs 64 : HDD / SSD read-write speed
In the 32 bit vs 64 bit tests that get posted on Phoronix (example) please also include:
32 bit vs 64 bit operating systems, both installed on 64 bit hardware, which one is faster for reading / writing internal hard disk drive / solid state drive?
-as mostly that's the bottleneck in general computing.