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SubjectRe: Is there linux RAM filesystem with a fixed amount of memory?‏
On Tue, 19 Aug 2008, Chen Pei Chao wrote:

> Is there any RAM file system that use a fixed amount of memory at all times
> and will not grow and
> shrink dynamically like tmpfs?
> Thanks in advance.

There are the old-style ramdisk block-devices, which will just claim the
specified amount of memory and can be formatted with any filesystem.

c'ya
sven

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