With one of the fastest NVMe SSD's on the market I'm not even sure
ureadahead has been beneficial to me. After reading these messages though I'm wondering if it is detrimental:
Oct 16 16:48:57 alien ureadahead: ureadahead:/home/rick/.local/share/Trash/info/eyesome-cfg.bak.trashinfo: No such file or directory Oct 16 16:48:57 alien ureadahead: ureadahead:/home/rick/.local/share/Trash/info/eyesome-cfg.sh.trashinfo: No such file or directory Oct 16 16:48:57 alien ureadahead: ureadahead:/home/rick/.local/share/Trash/info/monitor-eyesome.sh.trashinfo: No such file or directory
Yesterday before installing Android Studio I wanted to trim down on storage space so I emptied the trash. Upon rebooting just now
ureadahead is complaining it can't find files in the trash anymore.
I can see the value of
ureadahead caching often used programs into RAM by why would it be caching the trash can into RAM? Especially if trash is write many times and then read & delete once in blue moon.
Perhaps someone familiar with
ureadahead can explain the rationale?