Re: Linux Kernel Dump Summit 2005
From: Felix Oxley
Date: Wed Oct 12 2005 - 04:58:47 EST
Thank you for helping a clueless newbie :-)
> Notice that suspend2 project actually introduced compression *for
> speed*. Doing it right means that it is faster to do it
Little benchmarks here: http://wiki.suspend2.net/BenchMarks
shows 15% speed _increase_ with compression.
> See Jamie Lokier's description how to *never* slow down.
Sorry, where is this?
So, if compression is a no-brainer then it is just necessary for the user to
select: no dump. partial dump or full dump suitable for there circumstances?
Can this be set from user-space?
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