Originally Posted by spiff
Interesting, I thought the memory wasn't possible to recover!? Apart from rewriting the extended rom and kickstart.
I am just going on how other Amiga's work. If you change your s:startup-sequence on the CD, I would be curious to know if you could remove buffers, just like you can do with hard drive and floppy drives on other Amiga's.
I agree with frostwork, the more files there are on the disk, the more RAM will be used up to cache the directory structure.