Am 05.04.2013 03:10, schrieb Ralf Mardorf:
This may be true in 99.9 out of 100 minutes of recording until that
statistically unlikely event happens, that some operation is keen to
load a lib from the disk while another important operation wants to load
another 20 seconds 96/32 audio data for 32 tracks from the very same disk.
While I agree, that Linux in pretty good in using RAM for caching and we
live in times where a complete 4-min track on 20+ tracks fits into a
RAM-disk I would not take chances.
I have a SSD for all the software and the OS and a conventional drive
for the audio/video data plus 8Gig RAM and so I do not need to even
think about, whether bad side-effects could occure or not. Not that
expensive and good for my nerves... ;-)
> It's IMO useful to separate
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