I've been curious lately about the various Linux kernel memory based filesystems. Note: As far as I'm concerned, the questions below should be considered more or less optional when compared with a ...
The /dev.. is full: SERVER:/dev # df -mP /dev Filesystem 1048576-blocks Used Available Capacity Mounted on udev 12042 12042 0 100% /dev There is no ...
I just went into /etc/fstab (Linux) and changed my line for /tmp (on which a specific ext4 partition was previously mounted) to tmpfs. This was clearly a bit silly, but I wasn't thinking. Anyway, I ...
I have started tuning a bit Linux VM performance on my system (yes. I know that vm.swappiness=0 will kill kittens but I found 30-40 as much better for me as it improved my latency - probably at cost ...
The distribution is an Ubuntu server running the 2.6.35-30 Linux kernel. I would like to have a directory that sits completely in memory. Is this possible without root privileges?