On Fri, Jun 15, 2012 at 04:41:05PM +0200, Jan Engelhardt wrote:
On Friday 2012-06-15 15:53, Greg KH wrote:
On Fri, Jun 15, 2012 at 08:52:32AM +0200, Stefan
Am 15.06.2012 08:25, schrieb Carl-Daniel
I've yet to see a real PCIe SSD (i.e. not a
PCIe card with some SATA
controllers and SATA SSDs onboard) which is supported by a mainline
Linux kernel and I've talked to quite a few vendors. FusionIO and others
offer binary-only kernel modules for their SSDs, but I wouldn't want to
use binary-only drivers anywhere, especially in OBS.
Agreed. And then those beasts are really expensive. My customer simply
runs stuff out of tmpfs -- even faster than the FusionIO and no binary
Yes, using tmpfs is faster, but you loose the persistance when power
goes off, and usually you don't have that much ram on your system :)
Since when do you need power-persistence for build roots? :)
You have to read the rpms you install for the build from somewhere :)
I have tied a tmpfs to
factory-x86_64 so that at least the majority of my `osc build`
invocations run accelerated. I can't say I see much difference to a
system where /var/tmp is part of a SSD.
Really? Are you CPU bound then? If you throw a bigger processor at it,
does that speed things up?
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