On Wednesday 29 June 2011 01:40:24 Gabriel M. Beddingfield wrote:
I don't believe the journal takes that much overhead. What makes recording=
more difficult is that with one ardour-session and several channels, you ar=
writing several files at once. So you want a disk with fast seek-time and/o=
high latencies set in jack/ardour. And if you want to optimize the disk, yo=
will take a serious look at ssd for the recording of the current session an=
hold the archive on a nas with raid.
If you are just recording (no playback of existing material) you can furthe=
optimize by using an app that records your several channels into one file=20
(which is written sequentially) like timemachine and the likes.
Wether you use ext, xfs or anything else doesn't matter. All current=20
filesystems can be resized at least offline, so putting your partitions in =
is a good idea even if you are on a laptop.
> - For everything else... use a stable, journaling
'reiserfs' and 'stable' in the same sentence:-/
Well, there are two types of people regarding reiserfs, those who love it a=
those who lost data using reiserfs...
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