Thus wrote Ethan Benson:
> > Are there any recommeded settings (especially mount and sysctl options) for
> > XFS (on a laptop)? Note that this system freeze isn't really laptop
> > specific
> > (why should it be? ;)) but if there are XFS-on-a-laptop users on this list
> > I'd really appreciate some hints, tipps and tricks for running XFS as
> > stable
> > as possible. What about journalling / ordered data modes - commit
> > intervalls,
> > noatime, etc.. ?
> noatime is popular on laptops to help keep the disk spun down longer.
Last time I checked, the XFS-specific sysctls had their maximum values too
low to achieve sufficient disk spin-downs, especially with laptop-mode.
I remember someone (Steve Lord?) even suggested to up those limits. Could
this be done?
Karol 'sziwan' Kozimor