Re: Disk performance and SWAP file location
* Walter L. Preuninger II (firstname.lastname@example.org) spake thusly:
> I wouild like to optimize my partitioning scheme
> Which example gives the best performance.
None of the above. Put it on a separate drive. If it's IDE, make that
a master with no slave, too.
> Does 2.2 do elevator seeking
Dunno. Does drive controller queue requests? If so, does it optimize
them? How does that interact with whatever's in the kernel?
> So the root question is, should sawp be between the most active file
> systems, or should swap be in the center of the drive
Nah, just buy more RAM. If swap space is almost never used, it doesn't
matter where it is on the disk.
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