DragonFly kernel List (threaded) for 2008-10
Re: HAMMER cleanup
On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 8:56 AM, Sascha Wildner <email@example.com> wrote:
> Michel Salim schrieb:
>> Is there anything like Linux's anacron on the BSDs? It would just run
>> any cron jobs missed because the computer was not on. Not sure if it
>> can be configured to only kick off after the rest of the boot process
>> has been completed though; that would avoid the "doing heavy IO at
>> start-up" concern.
> Anacron is in pkgsrc (time/anacron). Never used it personally, though.
- not a good option, since it's not part of the core OS?
- or, alternatively, laptop users who use Hammer are assumed to know
what they are doing
Another solution would be to do a cleanup every N mounts (similar to
the tunable file system option for ext2/3 on Linux that would run fsck
every N mounts); but this would not work for laptop users who just
suspend their machines at night.
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