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    SubjectRe: large files unnecessary trashing filesystem cache?
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    In article <1e62d1370510181733n131a4465j36531064551ef478@mail.gmail.com> you wrote:
    > Is I m correct ??? or missing something ??

    Well, applications who know the file is not going to be cached should
    clearly give that hint. someheuristics in detecting "streaming one time"
    access is usefull, however a more strict limitation on process level would
    make the system more sane and stop single files from occupying most of the block
    buffer.

    Gruss
    Bernd
    y
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