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sreadahead

sreadahead

Section: (8) Updated: 2009-07-20
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NAME

sreadahead - a readahead implementation optimized for solid state devices  

SYNOPSIS

sreadahead [OPTION]...  

DESCRIPTION

sreadahead is a daemon that reads data sequential by use from disk. Sreadahead does this by retrieving the read order (in timestamp format) from an actual boot sequence and storing a list of data that was read during that boot sequence in a flat database. On the next boot this file can be used to load all the data described in the database into memory and in order of use.  

OPTIONS

-t N, --time=N
make sreadahead stop after N seconds instead of the default 15 seconds, N may be zero to wait for SIGTERM
--no-fork
remain in the foreground
-d, --debug
print debug output to stdout
-h, --help
show a help message and exit
-v, --version
show version information and exit
 

AUTHOR

sreadahead is written by the Intel Corporation. This manual page was written by Tobias Klauser <tklauser@distanz.ch> for the Debian system (but may be used by others).  

SEE ALSO

readahead(2), readahead-list(8)


 

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