On 12/17/10 16:01, rosea.grammostola wrote:
You can easily mess your system up by filling the file system, depending
on the use case scenario it might be a good idea to have media data on a
separate partition or drive. Many file systems offer a reservoir of
blocks for the root user to avoid a totally unusable system, but most
services will die.
On machines that have to run reliably (servers, recording, playback) I
usually have a dedicated system partition.
> Will performance be better if you have a special partition for audio?
Again it depends on your use case. For big recordings I create new
filesystems for the media data everytime.
Machines can do the work, so people have time to think.
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