Subject: appropriate CCD interleave for LFS
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Blair Sadewitz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/07/2006 23:04:31
Would using a ccd equal to LFS' big block size result in near-optimal
or optimal performance for, let's say, compiling large amounts of
source and/or general desktop use?
The other strategy I've heard of is using [large] prime numbers; is
this more appropriate for ffs due to the fact that it ensures that
inodes are evenly distributed among all components?
Am I mistaken on any point here?
Thanks a lot,
Support WFMU-FM: free-form radio for the masses!
91.1 FM Jersey City, NJ
90.1 FM Mt. Hope, NY
"The Reggae Schoolroom":