My scripts uses tons of read and writes. Most of them are small and random. I want Linux to wait 10 seconds before writing any data to the disk.
How would this be achieved?
I think Linux can already do this automatically. I want to do it in a more extreme way. It's like supercache in Windows.
Note: This is related to question Does linux have something like supercache? . I already know that by default linux use "supercache" like system. However the supercache-like setting for linux must be low. I want more share of memory is for supercache. I also want lazy writes every 10 seconds.