I know but I said "propper set up" your example isn't propper setup in
my eyes. If I wanted to allow another app to be able to run once in a
while I wouldn't give it a nice parameter at all, but let it fit in when
the system allow it to.
I agree that its a horrible idea to run a script like the one you refer
to or something like find.
It is also a matter of your disks interface's speed I would say, and as
far as I can calculate, a single mono track needs 75 Kbs space on the
interface at 44100, so running let's say 10 tracks simultaneous hardly
loads the interface at all if its a SATA, but I admit that interference
newer do you any good, just like no one benefit from this discussion ;)
Have a nice day
lør, 12 07 2008 kl. 14:41 +0200, skrev Kjetil S. Matheussen:
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