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Old 17 December 2010, 19:44   #9
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Originally Posted by thomas View Post
No, it won't. The number of buffers must be numeric. MAX means the maximum you can afford. Each buffer has the size of one disk block. So with a block size of 512 bytes (0.5 KB), 200 buffers need 100 KB of RAM. Depending on how many partitions there are and how much RAM the computer has, this can be quite expensive. For example on an A500 with 512 KB RAM, using 100 KB for HDD buffers hurts quite a lot.

Also IIRC the PFS3 manual says that PFS3 cannot handle more than 600 buffers, so with PFS3 "MAX" is equivalent to 600.
Ok, I love my chip ram... I think I won't use 600, but I will be trying different ones. To start I'll use 150, 250 and 250 in the partitions.

About the way to install PFS3 in Dh0, is it ok as I've said: copying, formating and changing the booting partition?
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