I have over a dozen of filesystems on my OpenBSD server with 12GB DDR3 and several 1.5TB HDDs. All filesystems themselves are generally between 8GB and 64GB in size.
I've noticed that even by following the best practice -- of keeping them so small --
fsck is still very slow on reboot.
fsck so slow? Raw filesystem size? Total number of inodes (iused + ifree)? Number of used inodes? Something else entirely? Any easy way to improve
fsck times even further?