Re: Bug#735927: general: X *always* crashes when ram is full
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On 01/20/2014 02:43 PM, Roger Leigh wrote:
> It would be interesting to have further data from users who could try
> running with /tmp on the rootfs SSD and on a tmpfs (with or without
> the swap on the SSD).
My swap, /tmp, /boot, /usr, and / are all LVM logical volumes, on a
volume group backed by two identical 256GB SSDs in RAID-1 via mdraid,
and I haven't noticed any issues. All other filesystems (/var, /opt,
/home) are on a separate volume group backed by RAID-5 mechanical
However, not only does the RAID-1 question introduce another variable
and likely improve performance, these drives were specifically chosen
because they were top performers in their capacity class at the time -
and with SSDs, higher capacity generally performs better anyway. So this
may not be a particularly valuable datapoint.
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