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SubjectRe: Disabling file system caching
On Sun, 19 Jan 2003, Jean-Eric Cuendet wrote:

> Is it possible to disable file caching for a given partition or mount?

No, if you do that mmap(), read(), write() etc. would be impossible.

> Or at least to limit it at a certain quantity of memory?

Not yet. I'm thinking of implementing something like this
for the next version of -rmap (reclaim only from the cache
if the cache occupies more than a certain fraction of ram).

> I think of a BIG compilation (several GB of files) and would tell gcc to
> not cache the compiled files.

But what about the .h files ? You will want to cache those.

regards,

Rik
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