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[//]: #@corifeus-header [![NPM](]( [![Donate for Corifeus / P3X](]( [![Contact Corifeus / P3X](]( [![Corifeus @ Facebook](]( [![Build Status](]( [![Uptime Robot ratio (30 days)](]( # 💾 Linux RAM disk persistent with Systemd timer, service and suspend v2022.4.112 **Bugs are evident™ - MATRIX️** ### NodeJS LTS is supported ### Built on NodeJs version ```txt v16.14.0 ``` # Description [//]: #@corifeus-header:end ## Change log [Change log]( ## Breaking change [readme](artifacts/readme/ # Install ```bash sudo npm install -g p3x-ramdisk --unsafe-perm=true --allow-root ``` ## IntelliJ Speed Based on: ![]( "After all these tricks I tried to open my current project with IntelliJ IDEA 12 …") ```text After all these tricks I tried to open my current project with IntelliJ IDEA 12 … Wow!!! It is fantastic! Works like a … sword!!! Why sword?! I don’t know exactly. May be because of Darcula theme. This is just first thought what came to my mind seeing the overall results. The Intellij IDEA 12 now works as a lightsaber sword, as a weapon of a Jedi Knight, which you can trust in Java world! ``` ## Features * Requires tmpfs, bash, fstab, rsync, memory :) * Usually, all requirements are available in many Unix flavors * SystemD * Service * Timer * Suspend * RAM disk to HDD * Linux for sure, easy to extend for Unix, BSD, macOS * Should might need some tuning, but the functions are there, I just only tested in Linux. ## Intel Optane I think my ramdisk is faster. Ciao!!! (: # Use case Speed up IntelliJ and development Node. (Tons of files.) The result is that the development is many folds faster. No waiting at all. # Changelog * [Since **v2019.2.1**, BREAKING CHANGELOG](artifacts/readme/ # Install ## Warning Do not use the ```$USER``` variable, use the actual username, like ```p3x-robot```. ## So actual install ```text patrikx3@workstation ~ $ p3x-ramdisk install --help Usage: install [options] <uid> Install a p3x-ramdisk Options: -h, --help output usage information -r, --rampath [path] The path of the ram disk, default /home/{{USER}}/ramdisk -p, --persistent [path] The path of the ram persistent, default /home/{{USER}}/ramdisk-persistent -g, --gid [group] The gid, it you omit it is the current user -t, --timer [minutes] The timer in minutes, minimum about 10 minutes, Default is 20 minutes, the best -s, --size [megabytes] Ramdisk in size of megabytes, default is 4096 megabytes ``` # IMPORTANT Trash is disabled in GNOME with p3x-ramdisk. It will ask for confirm to delete data. You might have it in the previous save. It is possible to enable trash bin, but for me is not important now, so I disabled, memory is not cheap. # Setup **Use GitHub for info, NPM hides wide strings.** ```bash # of course your data will never be deleted, # double persistence (current, previouse, saves every 20 minutes) # load on boot, plus at shutdown and suspend it saves sudo npm install -g p3x-ramdisk --unsafe-perm=true --allow-root # install # if you need less/more memory, add -s 1024 or even more, 10GB is good :) sudo p3x-ramdisk install {{USER}} # Get the output, add to /etc/fstab echo "tmpfs /home/{{USER}}/ramdisk tmpfs gid=10000,uid=10000,size=4096M 0 0" | sudo tee -a /etc/fstab sudo mount -a # you should verify the ramdisk is existing now, you might have to reboot # on linux it can show your settings, like below: df -h # if there is an error, you can sudo p3x-ramdisk stop {{USER}} # if all good # STARTUP THE RAMDISK PERSISTENT sudo p3x-ramdisk start {{USER}} # you can work like here (this a symlink, so you can't accidentally delete # so next time boot, it will re-create the symlink ...) # /home/{{USER}}/ramdisk/p3x-persistence # SOME DEBUG p3x-ramdisk watch {{USER}} # to trigger a savs p3x-ramdisk save {{USER}} # you don't need usually to save # the default is 20 minutes # the systemd service saves on suspend and shutdown # to stop the services # removes sync, so the ramdisk files will be unavailable, # only be in /home/username/ramdisk-persistent/current sudo p3x-ramdisk stop {{USER}} # your duplicate copies are ls -all /home/{{USER}}/ramdisk-persistent/current/ ls -all /home/{{USER}}/ramdisk-persistent/previous/ # you are done # the default use case is to speed up working with IntelliJ and my projects to ramdisk # if you just want persistent folder and that's all # there is a special folder, .p3x-ramdisk-link # everything there is linked into /home/{{USER}} # if there is nothing in .p3x-ramdisk-link # no linking is. to test it, you might not need it. ``` ## Linkin' in /home ```bash ### //LINKING:START # LINKING - IS NOT REQUIRED, but is good as a sword :) p3x-ramdisk save {{USER}} sudo p3x-ramdisk stop {{USER}} mkdir -p /home/{{USER}}/ramdisk-persistent/current/.p3x-ramdisk-link cp -avr /home/{{USER}}/.IntelliJIdea2019.2 /home/{{USER}}/ramdisk-persistent/current/.p3x-ramdisk-link # backup mkdir -p /home/{{USER}}/backup mv /home/{{USER}}/.IntelliJIdea2019.2 /home/{{USER}}/backup/ # need to delete the originals, since they become symlinks rm -rf /home/{{USER}}/.IntelliJIdea2019.2 ln -s /home/{{USER}}/ramdisk-persistent/current/.p3x-ramdisk-link/.IntelliJIdea2019.2 /home/{{USER}}/.IntelliJIdea2019.2 sudo p3x-ramdisk start {{USER}} ### //LINKING:END ``` # Output ## Install ```text patrikx3@laptop:~/ramdisk/.p3x-ramdik-persistence/content/.p3x-ramdisk-link/Projects/patrikx3/ramdisk$ sudo p3x-ramdisk install patrikx3 -s 6144 2018-05-08 00:30:08: terminal install 2018-05-08 00:30:08: terminal copy 2018-05-08 00:30:08: terminal suspend 2018-05-08 00:30:08: terminal reload services 2018-05-08 00:30:08: terminal install done Settings: { "rampath": "ramdisk", "persistent": "ramdisk-persistent", "uid": "patrikx3", "uidNumber": 10000, "gid": "patrikx3", "timer": 20, "size": "4096", "home": "/home/patrikx3", "script": "/home/patrikx3/.p3x-ramdisk" } Final commands: -------------------------- 1) You only have to do it once, if you haven't done it before echo "tmpfs /home/patrikx3/ramdisk tmpfs gid=10000,uid=10000,size=4096M 0 0" | sudo tee -a /etc/fstab sudo mount -a -------------------------- 2) verify that ramdisk is working, see it here df -h -------------------------- 3) if everything is ok, start the persistent ramdisk sudo p3x-ramdisk start {{USER}} patrikx3@laptop:~/ramdisk/.p3x-ramdik-persistence/content/.p3x-ramdisk-link/Projects/patrikx3/ramdisk$ ``` ## Watching the RAM disk ```bash p3x-ramdisk watch {{USER}} ``` ```text Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on tmpfs 4,0G 2,0G 2,1G 50% /home/patrikx3/ramdisk total used free shared buff/cache available Mem: 31G 3,3G 18G 2,0G 9,8G 25G Swap: 8,0G 0B 8,0G Load: 2018-05-27 09:01:49 2018-05-27 09:01:56 0 minutes 7 seconds Save: 2018-05-27 09:20:00 2018-05-27 09:20:16 0 minutes 16 seconds 2018-05-27 09:20:00: timer save, ramdisk to current 2018-05-27 09:20:00: timer save /home/patrikx3/ramdisk/.p3x-ramdik-persistence/content to /home/patrikx3/ramdisk-persistent/current 2018-05-27 09:20:16: timer saved 2018-05-27 09:20:16: timer save done 2018-05-27 09:20:16: timer 0 minutes 16 seconds 5/27/2018, 9:24:45 AM | Persistence 20 minutes | Watch 1 second ``` # LOGS ``` /home/{{USER}}/ramdisk-persistent/ramdisk-persistent.log ``` ``` /home/{{USER}}/ramdisk-persistent/update-at-load.log ``` ``` /home/{{USER}}/ramdisk-persistent/update-at-save.log ``` ## LOG info ```text 2018-05-06 02:57:37: boot loading 2018-05-06 02:57:37: boot load /home/patrikx3/ramdisk-persistent/current to /home/patrikx3/ramdisk/.p3x-ramdik-persistence/content 2018-05-06 02:57:47: boot loaded 2018-05-06 02:57:47: boot link 2018-05-06 02:57:47: boot link /home/patrikx3/ramdisk/.p3x-ramdisk-persistence/content/.IntelliJIdea2018.3 to /home/patrikx3/.IntelliJIdea2018.3 2018-05-06 02:57:47: boot link /home/patrikx3/ramdisk/.p3x-ramdisk-persistence/content/Projects to /home/patrikx3/Projects 2018-05-06 02:57:47: boot link done 2018-05-06 02:57:47: boot 0 minutes 10 seconds 2018-05-06 02:57:47: timer save 2018-05-06 02:57:47: timer save, current to previous 2018-05-06 02:57:47: timer save /home/patrikx3/ramdisk-persistent/current to /home/patrikx3/ramdisk-persistent/previous 2018-05-06 02:57:50: timer saved 2018-05-06 02:57:50: timer save, ramdisk to current 2018-05-06 02:57:50: timer save /home/patrikx3/ramdisk/.p3x-ramdisk-persistence/content to /home/patrikx3/ramdisk-persistent/current 2018-05-06 02:57:53: timer saved 2018-05-06 02:57:53: timer save done 2018-05-06 02:57:53: timer 0 minutes 6 seconds ``` ## LOG Update ```text 2018-05-06 03:31:51 2018-05-06 03:31:57 0 minutes 6 seconds ``` # Thunder ramdisk persistence ```text patrikx3@workstation ~/ramdisk-persistent/current/.p3x-ramdisk-link $ ll total 32 drwxr-xr-x 8 patrikx3 patrikx3 4096 May 7 13:04 ./ drwxr-xr-x 3 patrikx3 patrikx3 4096 May 7 13:02 ../ drwxr-xr-x 4 patrikx3 patrikx3 4096 Apr 25 17:51 .IntelliJIdea2018.3/ patrikx3@workstation ~/ramdisk-persistent/current/.p3x-ramdisk-link $ ``` [//]: #@corifeus-footer --- 🙏 This is an open-source project. 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