Slicing and dicing the HD in a different way - NTFS, Fat32 and ZFS on B110
By David Clack on Mar 23, 2009
So I thought I would try something differnet on the AA1 10 inch, Fuse is pretty good for read and writting ntfs but it does seem to kill the netbook sometimes.
With this new netbook I've sliced the disk this way:
40Gb - NTFS - Windows XP Home, still have to run iTunes
60Gb - Fat32 data
40Gb - ZFS - OpenSolaris Nevada (SXCE) B110
I'm trying to setup everything so the data for my user is on the Fat32 partition even if it is Windows or OpenSolaris I'm booted into.
I can mount the Fat32 partition in OpenSolaris and I've link my user home directory to it.
So I'm building compiz 0.8.0, see if I can get the MSI to run it.
Found another bug in gnome-system-monitor, on my big Asus C90S powertop says:
Cn Avg residency P-states (frequencies)
C0 (cpu running) (8.4%) 1596 Mhz 100.0%
C1 3.9ms (91.6%) 2394 Mhz 0.0%
Wakeups-from-idle per second: 237.7 interval: 5.5s
Power usage (ACPI estimate): 0.000W
Top causes for wakeups:
67.6% (160.7) <kernel> : genunix`cv_wakeup
42.1% ( 99.9) <kernel> : genunix`clock
21.4% ( 50.8) sched : <cross calls>
6.5% ( 15.4) <kernel> : uhci`uhci_handle_root_hub_status_change
4.2% ( 9.9) <kernel> : ata`ghd_timeout
2.4% ( 5.7) <interrupt> : ehci#0
2.2% ( 5.1) <interrupt> : ata#0
1.9% ( 4.4) <kernel> : uhci`uhci_cmd_timeout_hdlr
1.7% ( 4.0) <kernel> : genunix`schedpaging
1.6% ( 3.9) <kernel> : ehci`ehci_handle_root_hub_status_change
But gnome-system-monitor only shows one processor ?
So much to test, so little time :-)