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lmcvoy@dnai.com (Larry McVoy) writes:
> I think you missed the discussion of TMPFS vs UFS performance.

I don't think so.

> Creates in TMPFS are going to be orders of magnitude faster than in UFS.

But the number of files created during an Emacs compilation is rather low
compared to the total time (remember my "benchmark" is to compile Emacs on a
Sun once on a tmpfs partition and the other time with a uifs partition but in
both cases the /tmp files used internally by gcc were on a tmpfs so are
irrelevant for this discussion).


Stefan

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