From: Daniel James <daniel@mo...> - 2004-02-26 10:47:45
If you start Audacity on a Linux machine where /tmp is mounted in RAM
using tmpfs (for increased performance using JACK with a journaling
filesystem) then Audacity complains there is 'very little free disk
space on this volume'. Seems to work OK though - I assume that if
Audacity's demands exceed the available RAM, then the swap partition
will be used.
From: Daniel James <daniel@mo...> - 2004-02-26 14:42:09
> I assume that if
> Audacity's demands exceed the available RAM, then the swap
> partition will be used.
OK - bad idea. I just imported two WAV files of 60MB each on a machine
with 384MB RAM. All was well, until I tried an amplify effect on one
file, and the machine thrashed the disc for an hour until I did a
hard reboot. I have 'make a copy' selected on the preference for
importing uncompressed files.
I'll be changing my Audacity temp file location back to ~/tmp then...
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