I have read somewhere that one can put a file on a linux system into memory, and loading it will be superfast. How do I do this? How do I verify the file is loaded from memory?
I'm developing a Java EE web application and I'm trying to speed up the testing process. To do so I was wondering if there is a way to tell the system to keep my build folder in system memory?
In the context of operating system control tables, does the term "file tables" refer to a data structure that is part of the filesystem, or that is in main memory (and in which case I assume it would ...