Re: KDE3 + noflushd
Maybe this will help:
Add noatime to the mount options in fstab
for all of the hd* system mounts. This should
prevent updates to inodes whenever something
touches a file (i.e. access time update).
Gabor FLEISCHER wrote:
> Is there anyone who succeeded with KDE3, noflushd?
> I could set up my system to spin down the disks when I don't run KDE.
> But with KDE it always has some disk usage. I was searching in
> google, and I saw other people had the same problem about a year ago,
> but nobody had any answer.