Re: /usr/lib vs /usr/libexec
Le jeudi 12 mai 2005 à 18:32 -0700, Thomas Bushnell BSG a écrit :
> > You said it: there is a cache. After the first access, the directory
> > will be in the cache. Making all of this a purely imaginary problem.
> The whole directory is in the cache? I don't think so. Remember,
> that in between each lookup, a library gets searched, which probably
> flushes the entire cache.
Currently, on my 256 MB machine, the kernel is using 60 MB for the
cache. I think this is enough to include a few directory blocks,
especially some as frequently used as /usr/lib.
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