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Old 08-11-2007, 02:13 PM
badlydrawnboy badlydrawnboy is offline
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Sandbox performance


Don't know if you can answer this question but thought I'd give it a shot anyways. I've got a G5 tower with a 74 GB Raptor in sandbox configuration and a 400 GB "original drive". I used the "shared users" script to set-up the sandbox - not for safety/isolation concerns, but because I thought I read somewhere that editing digital images in Photoshop (something I do frequently) is faster when the image files are stored on a different drive than the one PS is running on.

However, I also know that the more free space that is available on a boot drive, the faster it will be. So if I rebuilt my sandbox with "shared users & applications", there would be much more space on the drive. (Right now it's about 40% full, with all of my apps on it).

I'm just wondering if you can provide any insight here on how the sandbox configuration affects performance.

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