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 e4rat: A toolset to accelerate the boot process as well as application startups (source)

Name:e4rat
Release:0.2.3-1mamba
Group:System/Tools
Maintainer:silvan
Description: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.
License:GPL
Size:76.86 KB
Download:e4rat-0.2.3-1mamba.src.rpm
URL:http://e4rat.sourceforge.net/
Specfile:e4rat.spec
Sources:e4rat_0.2.3_src.tar.gz
Patches:e4rat-0.2.3-libboost-1.50.0.patch 
Build time:Wed Oct 31 2012
Built RPMS:e4rat(i586) e4rat-debug(i586)
Build requirements:cmake glibc-devel libe2fs-devel
Changelog:Wed Oct 31 2012 - silvan (0.2.3-1mamba)
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