LiveCode and SQLite performace
sundown at pacifier.com
Fri Jul 24 13:50:55 CEST 2015
10% might work for you but it definitely does not
work for me. I have a 1tb drive and 348 gb free
space. Most operations run slower than normal.
I deleted about 150gb of music to bring it up to
350gb because it ran too slow to use. Now it
runs fast enough to use but I still have a lot of
wasted time. I had a 350gb drive and had the
same problems way before 35gb free space.
On Jul 24, 2015, at 4:15 AM, Robert Brenstein <rjb at robelko.com> wrote:
> A rule of thumb for Mac is 10% of drive being free...
> I find iStat Menus a useful tool for continuous monitoring of vital parameters (just a happy user).
> On 23.07.2015 at 15:37 Uhr -0700 JB apparently wrote:
>> If I remember correctly Bob Sneidar said that a
>> you need at least 1/2 of your hard drive as free
>> space to run efficiently. So if you have a drive
>> with 500 GB you need 250 GB or more free
>> space on the drive. Anything below that and
>> it normal operations like opening files will be
>> slower. I have used more space than 1/2 and
>> the more I use the slower it gets. Sometimes
>> you can speed things up a little by relaunching
>> the Finder. That can be done using the Force
>> Quit option. If it speeds things up it will only be
>> a temporary fix.
>> John Balgenorth
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