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Old 02-08-2006, 04:41 AM   #1
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buffer cache in minix


Has anyone used minix operating system before? if yes did you modify the cache buffer to get a good performance?

I am new to the minix and dont know really how to measure the perferomance by altering the buffer cache.

Any explanation on operation of buffer cache(minix), and how to add codes to buffer cache to get better performance will be great.

thank you
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