I’m doing a test to see how putting the asynchronous-upload-folder into a ramdisk helps performance.
My main reasoning for doing this is.
A. My system drive is an SSD, and I did not want the software to chew through my right cycles with its default setting.
B. All drives have data that will be backed up at some point, and I did not want an HDD drive getting pegged with double duty. (E.G: Having data read, then writing to temp dir, only to have the temp dir read again to then get written to the backup location.)
C. Ramdisk is fast. Fast = good. Right?
Would love to know if there is a technical reason why this is a good, bad, or pointless idea. will also let you know how it performed on my end.