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|Name: e4rat||Distribution: Mandriva Linux|
|Version: 0.2.3||Vendor: Mandriva|
|Release: 1||Build date: Tue May 8 23:39:16 2012|
|Group: System/Configuration/Boot and Init||Build host: n9.mandriva.com|
|Size: 578455||Source RPM: e4rat-0.2.3-1.src.rpm|
|Packager: Tomasz Pawel Gajc <email@example.com>|
|Summary: Toolset to accelerate the boot process as well as application startups|
e4rat ("Ext4 - Reducing Access Times") is a toolset to accelerate the boot process as well as application startups. Through physical file realloction e4rat eliminates both seek times and rotational delays. This leads to a high disk transfer rate. Placing files on disk in a sequentially ordered way allows to efficiently read-ahead files in parallel to the program startup. The combination of sequentially reading and a high cache hit rate may reduce the boot time by a factor of three, as the example below shows. e4rat is based on the online defragmentation ioctl EXT4_IOC_MOVE_EXT from the Ext4 filesystem, which was introduced in Linux Kernel 2.6.31. Other filesystem types and/or earlier versions of extended filesystems are not supported.
* Tue May 08 2012 Tomasz Pawel Gajc <firstname.lastname@example.org> 0.2.3-1 + Revision: 797625 - drop patch 0 - Patch1: fix lib dir on install - Patch2: check for libraries in corrent places, and use dynamic linking - clean spec file - add conflicts on preload - update to new version 0.2.3 * Wed May 11 2011 Eugeni Dodonov <email@example.com> 0.2.1-1 + Revision: 673556 - Imported to cooker. P0: enable dynamic linking. - Created package structure for e4rat.
/etc/e4rat.conf /usr/sbin/e4rat-collect /usr/sbin/e4rat-preload /usr/sbin/e4rat-realloc /usr/share/doc/e4rat /usr/share/doc/e4rat/README /usr/share/man/man5/e4rat.conf.5.xz /usr/share/man/man8/e4rat-collect.8.xz /usr/share/man/man8/e4rat-preload.8.xz /usr/share/man/man8/e4rat-realloc.8.xz
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