|09-03-2012, 06:28 AM||#16|
Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: Southern Sweden, far out in the quiet woods
Device: Ubuntu Linux, Cybook Opus, Motorola Xoom with Mantano Premium
Yes, you assume correct.
When you do bulk download/update of metadata it might be worth the risk to have metadata.db on a RAM drive for a short while? With proper backup, of course.
I actually mount my temp folder /tmp on a RAM drive. It seems to speed up book conversions, saves and send to disc and other things quite a bit. I assume it is because the changes to the books are made there before the books are copied to the destination.
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