Subject: Re: Your computer will be slllowwwwing dooowwwnnnnnn....
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Subject: Re: Your computer will be slllowwwwing dooowwwnnnnnn....
Date: Sat, 20 Jan 2018 10:10:26 +0000
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On 19/01/2018 19:03, Mayayana wrote:
>    It's about kernel calls. So, for instance, if
> you're using a graphic editor and applying a filter
> tp a giant image, that shouldn't slow down
> because it's just calculations. But if you're
> doing something intensive that requires a lot
> of disk read/write than that will be slower
> because it will now essentially require calling
> an external program for each operation.

I'm processing several hundreds of GB of data every day, and monitoring 
CPU and disk queue levels, no significant change seen (i.e. it's within 
normal variations).