Re: Power Mgt on Laptop
Am Samstag, 3. April 2004 02:30 schrieb Sylvain Joyeux:
> Try mounting you partition using ext2 and use noflushd
DO NOT use noflushd. Noflushd captures all write access to the hd
which is a very bad idea. Even sync is captured. If you set
noflushd to 30 min. and have a crash after 29 min. then you will
lose 29 min of data. No journal can help you out of this.
Try using the laptop mode patch which captures write activity but
force flushes all data on a timeout. the lm patch actively tries to
group write access to receive long spindown times. That should work
even with ext3.
Linux was and still is server oriented. Many programs dont like
Clemens Wacha email@example.com ICQ:12620942
succesfully using Linux since 1999. See http://www.debian.org