- Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - Pathname
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Filesystem Hierarchy Standard - Pathname
I don't think there is functionality like the one you need in the linux kernel/fs.
If you fsync(2) your file is guaranteed to be on disk before the system returns.
Apache JMeter - User's Manual Component
Let linux manage memory in its own fashion, u try to compile programs from vanilla source with optimization flags suitable for your machine architecture.
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This is needed if Linux is aggressively swap thrashing, which normally does not occur.
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