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slow access to files

From: Diego Roversi
Subject: slow access to files
Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2001 19:45:19 +0100
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  I've noticed that access to files on Hurd is noticeable slower than using
Linux. For example compiling hurd require a lot of disk access using hurd,
while cross compiling hurd on linux uses few disk access.

The question is: there is some kind of caching on hurd or in gnumach? Can be
useful implementing caching, for example, in the storeio translator?

I've also noted that during compiling hurd, there is a lot free memory
avaible, so why don't we use it?


Saluti / Regards

Diego Roversi | diegor at maganet.net
              | diegor at tiscalinet.it 

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