fcntl(2) manual page.
The delaylog and tmplog modes can significantly improve performance. The improvement over log mode is typically about 15 to 20 percent with delaylog; with tmplog, the improvement is even higher. Performance improvement varies, depending on the operations being performed and the workload. Read/write intensive loads should show less improvement, while file system structure intensive loads, such as mkdir, create, and rename, may show over 100 percent improvement. The best way to select a mode is to test representative system loads against the logging modes and compare the performance results.
Most of the modes can be used in combination. For example, a desktop machine might use both the blkclear and mincache=closesync modes.
The mount command automatically runs the VxFS fsck command to clean up the intent log if the mount command detects a dirty log in the file system. This functionality is only supported on file systems mounted on a Veritas Volume Manager (VxVM) volume.
mount_vxfs(1M) manual page.