Reaction score: 73
I finally have created an experimental BSD Project called CultBSD it uses uzip compressed with zstd level 19 compression its pretty fast.
Reaction score: 445
Maybe check out using ramdisks and mfsBSD? https://docs.freebsd.org/en/articles/remote-install/Is there any way i can use ram to make it faster ?
I believe that zfs would work better on usb.
UFS could be faster on slow media as the data structures are simpler, but at the same time, if you enable compression on ZFS and your data is well-compressable, you'd also have a lot less data to read and write on ZFS and that'll make up performance differences and then some.I believe that zfs would work better on usb.
Yes that would help for sure .Maybe check out using ramdisks and mfsBSD? https://docs.freebsd.org/en/articles/remote-install/
christhegeek it will help to have separate posts for issues with X.Org, SLiM and GTK.
Re: your opening comment here, FYI <https://github.com/helloSystem/ISO/issues/4#issuecomment-830773303> the work by Jordan Gordeev.
Food for thought: <https://github.com/helloSystem/ISO/issues/102> in particular, FreeBSD bug 254318 – [panic] when a specific sequence of read requests is issued to a geom_uzip device the kernel panics – reported by the same person.
Don't test it on Virtualbox it doesn't work gives me a crazy 5k resolution and some other problems
Mounting from ufs:/dev/gpt/mdroot failed with error 19.
Reaction score: 241
I run a MythTV diskless client on Debian 10 (buster) which boots off a 16GB USB2 stick.Also I tested to run Linux on 16 GB 3.0 USB and boot took nearly 10 minutes. So it's normal.
This may be the cause of your problem. Most file systems will experience catatonic performance issues when more than about 90% full. Try a larger USB stick.There is very little space on home
Now is very fast …
I will upload a third pre-alpha release …
… more clearly explain WHY people should try out CultBSD in one of the pages.
Reaction score: 513
Same for me, that's why i would not install CultBSD. Vanilla FreeBSD it is, nothing else.i prefer to install FreeBSD and install every package and do every tiny configuration myself even if i don't have the time.
… and to be able to clone my entire disk to an external backup that would double as a bootable disk
This worked in the first release with lxde desktop it was light and could run ok i don't know if it would work with plasma …
Re: <https://old.reddit.com/r/freebsd/comments/p77x74/-/h9mc6di/?context=1> it is, in part, a (pre-alpha) alternative to GhostBSD.