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SubjectRe: Is /dev/shm needed?
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    Hi Christoph :)

>> Yes, I knew, I meant the maximum size. I don't want half of the
>> RAM occupied just by a programming mistake ;)))
>What I like most about /tmp in tmpfs is the ability to resize on the
>fly
[...]
>When one of these gets full I can either stop the affending job or
>increase the limit

That's one of my doubts: if the available RAM decreases then the
buffer (disk) cache will do too. So, if I have /tmp mounted with
tmpfs, the contents here will be cached no matter the available RAM,
or am I completely wrong?

Raúl
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