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On Saturday, 20 January 2018 05:10:33 UTC-5, David Taylor  wrote:
> 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).
> 
> -- 
> Cheers,
> David
> Web: http://www.satsignal.eu

It's going to be the "frog in slowly heating water" for us.  We won't notice much until one day we
say, "Hey!  I can't stream 4K programming anymore, and HD is sporadic and processing 100 RAW photos
is taking me until 8:30 when I used to be finished at 7:30!"