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accepted Using Linux, should I place commonly-used files on an SSD?
Jan
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comment Using Linux, should I place commonly-used files on an SSD?
Thanks, I've already placed /tmp /var and some others in tmpfs, it works great :) I'll try to place the cache in /tmp, and see what happens.
Jan
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comment Using Linux, should I place commonly-used files on an SSD?
So what this does is - it stores cache/profile/etc data in tmpfs and then syncs them to (e.g.) ~/.cache once per hour? So browsers still have persistent cache, but also lightning-fast read speeds? I'm guessing the only potential issue would be that I may need a lot of RAM, is that correct?
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comment Using Linux, should I place commonly-used files on an SSD?
Thank you, that was very informative :)
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comment Using Linux, should I place commonly-used files on an SSD?
Thanks for the answer. As for your question - well, my SSD is on /, my normal HD is on /home. ~/.config is inside /home so it was on the slow HD by default.
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asked Using Linux, should I place commonly-used files on an SSD?
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comment How do I forbid playing games during working hours?
Eh, it's for me. Not for a child, not for an employee, for me.
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asked How do I forbid playing games during working hours?