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Old 23rd January 2009
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Default Secondlife cache ineffective only on Linux not Solaris

FreeBSD 7.0

Secondlife cache ineffective only on Linux bit not Solaris

Not that any people use secondlife chat on this forum but
for some odd reason textures have to reload all over again.

Anytime i revisit a world the textures are grey and i have to
wait a few minutes for them load all over again to finally show

Even if i set the cache to highest i still have that problem,

Yet under Solaris it seems extremley fast and the cache
is no longer an issue.

Can anyone tell me why that is and how i can change that on FreeBSD

This is probally only one of the reasons why i am an
OS hopper as much as i am.
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