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Re: Kernel VS application file caching
Quentin Garnier <cube%cubidou.net@localhost> wrote:
> > Well the idea is to keep frequently accessed data in RAM. If you have a
> > machine with 1 Gig of RAM, you can load up a lot of small files. But if
> > someone occasionally decides to download say a 2 Gig .iso file, the data
> > cached just from that one file can evict all other files from RAM.
> I'd gently suggest at some point to visit, for instance,
> http://www.netbsd.org/gallery/consultants.html. Given how little you
> tell about the grand scheme behind all your questions, it might be
> better for you to work that way.
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