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  • Re: Storage speed effect on searches

    "mess with"? you mean relocating? Its part of the program to put resources wherever you want and tell Logos where they are. I was referring to one file that is apparanetly missing when you dont install the program to the C drive- which is something that Logos must support becasue it allows you to change that while installing. So I am referring to go
    Posted to General by Stuart A Weber on Sun, Nov 15 2009
  • Re: Storage speed effect on searches

    I installed the program (ver 3) into the Ramdisk. That cut the Passage search to 4.5 seconds from 5.9! (again, on a 5GB resource directory without baggage files.) However, when I did an exegetical search, it got an error that t couldnt find a file. This is under Win7, so ill have to figure out how to get it to let me into the the Documents and Settings
    Posted to General by Stuart A Weber on Sun, Nov 15 2009
  • Re: Storage speed effect on searches

    but Dave H. stated in another thread: "More a cache than an index - stored in \Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Libronix DLS\Library\Cache\Metadata (XP) or \ProgramData\Libronix DLS\Library\Cache\Metadata (Vista/Win7). Created during Resource Discovery it is used more for Reports (Library, Bibliography) than searching." So, intsalling
    Posted to General by Stuart A Weber on Fri, Nov 13 2009
  • Re: Storage speed effect on searches

    I treid the ramdisk again now that the ram is at 1600MHZ (it was ta 1066MHZ before). The read rate is now over 6200MB/sec, and our search time for jn 3 16 in a 5GB library (no baggage files) with the PC set at 3.6GHZ RAM 1600MHZ 7-7-7-21 6.5GB free, 5.5GB in RAMDISK is: 5.9 seconds
    Posted to General by Stuart A Weber on Thu, Nov 12 2009
  • Storage speed effect on searches

    There is a falloff! I have a 5GB library (not including the 11GB of baggage files.) Example- on my laptop with its 25MB/sec hard drive searching "jn 3 16" takes 32 seconds to complete. On my desktop build project with the Core i7-920 and 12GB ram: On an SSD array that has 584MB/sec read rate, the same search takes 8.4 seconds. However, making a 5.5GB
    Posted to General by Stuart A Weber on Thu, Nov 12 2009
  • Re: Purchasing New Computer: Suggestions?

    also, since Libronix isnt 64-bit- it doesnt even make use of RAM beyond 3.5gb anyway, does it?
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Stuart A Weber on Sun, Nov 8 2009
  • Re: Purchasing New Computer: Suggestions?

    I am building for Libronix AND Photoshop. I ot the i7-920 for $199 which is STILL a steal, and the 6GB of DDR3 1600MHZ. I have 4 Intel X25-M 80GB in RAID 0. Prior, my laptop with its 5400 RPM drive had my 16GB resouce directory (laptop with 2GHz/2M cache and 2GBDDR2). A Passage Guide search took 32 seconds on the laptop. On the desktop, its 8 seconds
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Stuart A Weber on Sun, Nov 8 2009
  • Re: Frustrated

    since I am doing a Windows 7 install now, I thought about L4- but we learn from the days of Windows 1: Never buy version 1 of anything. I'llput my L3 in and wait.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Stuart A Weber on Sun, Nov 8 2009
  • Re: Purchasing New Computer: Suggestions?

    thats true- Microcenter has been selling i7 920 for $199 for months (in the store only I bleieve) to get people in to build a system. when I was in there, they actually had 6GB of Corsair Dominator DDR3 that they were CLEARING at $150 because noone was buying it at its usual expensive price! As far as storage spped, does any tech here now how the various
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Stuart A Weber on Sun, Oct 4 2009
  • Re: Purchasing New Computer: Suggestions?

    Thanks dave- good info. Im still deciding what to build though. so as far as Libronix: 1) its not necessary for the cache fileto be on a speedy drive? 2) Xeons or single core i7? 3) core i7 will allw DDR3 which can get really high in speed. Any advantage for Libronix? (I know that the bread & butter is the drive subsysem speed) thanks :)
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Stuart A Weber on Sat, Aug 29 2009
  • Re: Purchasing New Computer: Suggestions?

    Hi Ill add my 2 cents and ask some more also. 1) RAID is not "backup"- RAID0 is for speed- usually the other scenarios are for maintaining uptime in event of a drive failure- but it is not "backup"- a virus (or child ;) can wipe the data off of all the drives in a RAID1,5,6,10,0+1, etc just as easy as if you had a single drive. Writing to a RAID5 can
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Stuart A Weber on Fri, Aug 28 2009
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