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Old 19th October 2006, 01:37 AM
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/tmp and tmpfs

I have read that if you use tmpfs as /tmp filesystem you get a very good boost of your system since you use your RAM and not your HDD for storing temp files. What kind of files are stored under /tmp?

If this is true how can I make /tmp tmpfs and if i don't see any speed up how can i change it back to normal?
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