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Published: Jun 04 2014 / 00:45

Learn about different approach to speed up Eclipse on Linux distros like ubuntu by loading JDK on the RAD disk using built-in tools.
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Powerjohn replied ago:

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Was the 10x measured against an ancient harddrive or against an SSD?

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Prahlad Yeri replied ago:

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@Powerjohn >>Was the 10x measured against an ancient harddrive or against an SSD? To be honest, 10x is a subjective assessment, I don't have hard numbers to support that. But GUI is such a thing where you obviously `feel` the performance difference. And yup, I'm not talking about any ancient hardware, but a 2011 Toshiba Make Laptop!

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talvik replied ago:

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I didn't perceive any noticeable change. I think Linux's disk cache does a pretty good job. If you are using Linux with ram to spare, most of the jdk will probably be cached automatically.

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