Ulrich G. Kliegis
Other thoughts.Well, about 30% free, pretty stable.
Is the Hard Drive dying?Nope, no signs of that, no read-write-problems that normally signify that.
What I cannot exclude is fragmentation, but defragging a 250 G disk is
questionable anyway. On the previous machine, I had a continuous
defragmenter running. It cost more ressources than it could contribute -
switching it off finally reduced the missing files count. But that was on the
old, slow box.
Keep Tellicast on a seperate drive to
processing programs.You mean the Tellicast programs or its digestive tract?
First, I have a ramdisk running.
then, the satellite-specific receiving/ and received/ directories are on the
same drives (physically) as the target folders are, so, data don't have to be
moved, just re-adjustments of the file pointers in the disk administration. All
disks are NTFS.
Keep processing programs in their own folder andThat one is new to me. You say, I should move, say, MSGadmin out of its
\programs\DJTsoftware\MSG1\ context to, say, ..\MSG1\ ?
What is the difference?
Thanks, and cheers!