D.T. Nethery wrote:"data storage device" implies an external device , not a second internal drive.
slowtiger wrote:Just for the record: I successfully use external Firewire drives on my Mac with TVP.
D.T. Nethery wrote:(but yes, my external Firewire drive has seemed to function just fine as the temp directory , so I am still a little confused ... perhaps if I switch to using an ExpressCard with eSATA ports and a drive with eSATA interface I will suddenly see the light and realize what I've been missing all these years in terms of speed ? )
ematecki wrote:D.T. Nethery wrote:"data storage device" implies an external device , not a second internal drive.
Why ? If it meant external, that would be "external data storage device".
ematecki wrote:A partition wouldn't make your drive faster, and then either it will be too big and you waste space on your HD, or it will be too small and TVPA doesn't like that !
D.T. Nethery wrote:If I partition part of the hard drive to serve as the Temp Directory for TVP how much space should I allocate to the partition ?
"Data storage device" to my non-technical mind implies something outside of the main computer.
slowtiger wrote:"Data storage device" to my non-technical mind implies something outside of the main computer.
Please refrain from even mentioning RAID together with speed - it has nothing to do with that. RAID is a concept connected to data security, not speed.
Well for some reason that is how I perceived the description of the "data storage device" (Am I alone in that perception ? Ok, then I stand corrected. )
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