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I have a weak processors on servers, but a lot of disk space.
Is it possible to introduce the possibility to specify compression options (in particular - with no compression) when creating the jail image with command: cbsd jexport ?
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Fix for issue #131 - add ability to control compress level. due to XZ…
… not have 'disable' options, make cases for compress=0 and use only tar here
jexport: add compress=X args.
Test1, default value ( compress=6 ):
% time cbsd jexport jname=localj
Images size for localj.img: 16m
34.490u 0.409s 0:15.47 225.5% 86+192k 2797+2276io 1pf+0w
Test2, minimal compress ratio:
% time cbsd jexport jname=localj compress=1
Images size for localj.img: 19m
38.884u 0.353s 0:06.01 652.7% 87+193k 2815+2623io 1pf+0w
Test3, maximum compress ratio:
% time cbsd jexport jname=localj compress=9
Images size for localj.img: 14m
36.954u 0.496s 0:37.45 99.9% 86+192k 2815+2059io 1pf+0w
Test4, compress disabled:
% time cbsd jexport jname=localj compress=0
Images size for localj.img: 63m
0.183u 0.213s 0:00.54 72.2% 168+191k 2808+7024io 1pf+0w
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