Relative performance of swap-backed MFS vs. regular UFS?
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Sat Oct 23 11:27:12 PDT 2004
On Sat, Oct 23, 2004 at 01:12:46PM -0500, Ryan Sommers wrote:
> >You can also use md(4). In my case I use it for /tmp.
> MFS is the same thing as md(4). mfs = Memory File System, md = Memory
> Disk. Difference is only in the name.
I thought mfs is allocated from virtual memory, while md - directly from RAM.
Am I wrong?
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