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> From: tompotts@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> To: list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Thu, 11 Jun 2009 13:20:45 +0100
> Subject: Re: [LUG] Mounting Partitions
> On Thursday 11 June 2009 11:20, Austin Gossmeyer wrote:
> > I have 3x17431M and 2x34857M drives on a Ubuntu 9.04 system. I am wondering
> > the best way to split them up. At the moment Ubuntu is installed on one of
> > the 17431M drives and I was thinking of using one drive for squid logs and
> > another for dansguardian logs. I have formatted the other drives but I am
> > not sure how to get them in use. What space should I give the log files?
> > Thanks in advance.
> Put your swap partition on a drive thats nor used for anything else 'during
> the day' and if possible on the fastest to access drive. That way your system
> can get hold of any swap data asap and in certain situations you'd be amazed
> at the speed up.
> Tom te tom te tom
How do I deduce which is the fastest?
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