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SubjectRe: dmesg verbosity [was Re: AGP bogosities]
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> > What are the cons of using "all of" the RAM at boot time to 
> > cache the boot disk?

Dave Jones wrote:
> It's memory that's otherwise unused. Once you start using the system
> anything cached will get reclaimed as its needed.

So there is no substantial loss? IOW, it would suffice to have
all the "loaded at boot" stuff in the first <amount of RAM>
bytes of the hard disk?

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