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[//]: #@corifeus-header # 💾 Linux RAM disk persistent with Systemd timer, service and suspend [//]: #@corifeus-header:end # Breaking change ## v2019.2.1 * The ramdisk works with multiple different users * Migration * `sudo p3x-ramdisk stop` * Install the latest version * `sudo p3x-ramdisk install $USER` * `sudo p3x-ramdisk start $USER` * What actually changed, is that every command has a parameter `<uid>` eg. * `sudo p3x-ramdisk install $USER` * `sudo p3x-ramdisk start $USER` * `sudo p3x-ramdisk stop $USER` * `sudo p3x-ramdisk link $USER` * `sudo p3x-ramdisk load $USER` * `sudo p3x-ramdisk save $USER` * `sudo p3x-ramdisk status $USER` * `sudo p3x-ramdisk watch $USER` ## v1.1 This is only important if you have an older version (1.0.x-y) and/or you use linked folders (like IntelliJ). It will never change anymore, but sometimes I can delete accidentally my data from the ramdisk, so I refactored the name instead of: ```text /home/user/ramdisk/persistence ``` now it is called ```text /home/user/ramdisk/.p3x-ramdisk-persistence ``` (hidden by default) and if you accidentally deleted, it will be auto-recreate (this is always visible - a symlink) ```text /home/user/ramdisk/p3x-persistence ``` If you are linked to IntelliJ for example, you have to recreate the symlink in your home. For example, migration looks like this: ```bash # exit intellij if you have linked sudo p3x-ramdisk stop rm -rf ~/ramdisk/persistence sudo npm i -g p3x-ramdisk sudo p3x-ramdisk install $USER sudo p3x-ramdisk start # so you are already linked into p3x-ramdisk, here # (if you are not linked, do not delete and # do not execute below, only if the intellij # data is linked and you are sure it is a # symlink ) ll ~/.IntelliJIdea2018.1 ``` Shows: ```text lrwxrwxrwx 1 patrikx3 patrikx3 94 Apr 14 19:34 /home/patrikx3/.IntelliJIdea2018.1 -> /home/patrikx3/ramdisk/.p3x-ramdisk-persistence/content/.p3x-ramdisk-link/.IntelliJIdea2018.1/ ``` **MAKE SURE YOU EXIT FROM INTELLIJ.** If you are sure it is a link, you can recreate like: ```bash rm ~/.IntelliJIdea2018.1 ln -s ~/ramdisk/.p3x-ramdisk-persistence/content/.p3x-ramdisk-link/.IntelliJIdea2018.1/ ~ ``` Now you are safe. [//]: #@corifeus-footer --- [**P3X-RAMDISK**](https://pages.corifeus.com/ramdisk) Build v2019.4.11 [![Donate for Corifeus / P3X](https://img.shields.io/badge/Donate-Corifeus-003087.svg)](https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=QZVM4V6HVZJW6) [![Contact Corifeus / P3X](https://img.shields.io/badge/Contact-P3X-ff9900.svg)](https://www.patrikx3.com/en/front/contact) [![Like Corifeus @ Facebook](https://img.shields.io/badge/LIKE-Corifeus-3b5998.svg)](https://www.facebook.com/corifeus.software) ## P3X Sponsors [IntelliJ - The most intelligent Java IDE](https://www.jetbrains.com/?from=patrikx3) [![JetBrains](https://cdn.corifeus.com/assets/svg/jetbrains-logo.svg)](https://www.jetbrains.com/?from=patrikx3) [![NoSQLBooster](https://cdn.corifeus.com/assets/png/nosqlbooster-70x70.png)](https://www.nosqlbooster.com/) [The Smartest IDE for MongoDB](https://www.nosqlbooster.com) [//]: #@corifeus-footer:end