« Last post by smartbit on January 27, 2014, 10:27:16 AM »
I've noticed that Process Lasso's Log Files getting extremely fragmented over time (~1k fragments per every 3MB log file).
While the files are tiny, and not that important, it suggests that that they are updated live. Which is desirable for any tracing/debugging activity. But in a day-to-day use it just may cause a constant HDD-writes, wasting battery life and stressing HDD pretty much in vain.
I'm aware about "disable log" option.
However, I wonder whether is there any option to set "delayed write" or something, so that the log data will be written to RAM buffer, and only once in a long while get dumped to the HDD?