Should I delete temp files? Does it provide any performance gain. As of late, I've seen a lot of performance drop off that I cannot explain.
Thank you in advance.
For example consider that i have created a file temp.txt
and delete it later, there is still an invisible file temp.txt~
Of course I can delete it but Why do i need to do it always,
So how to avoid it..
I make a sh script which the following:
sudo mkdir Temp
sudo mount -o loop output.img Temp
The command mounts the img.Thats fine.But it moun s it as read only.But I need to edit/delete some files inside it and repack it as ext4 using this command:
sudo ./mkuserimg.sh -s Temp factoryfs.img ext4 ./temp 893386752B
The part I'm lacking is,How do I remount t
I am trying to put together a script which will run through all the files on my server (under various subdirectories) , look for .jpeg files and run them through a translator which converts them to non progressive jpgs.
find /home/disk2/ -type f -iname "*.jpg"
Which finds all the files.
Then if it finds for example 1.jpg, I need to run:
Windows Disk Cleanup offers a Temporary Files handler which seems to delete some files from C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\Temp, but not all. People around the place have indicated that it won't delete anything newer than one week, and I notice there are no old .tmp files hanging around afterwards.