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    Default /usr/bin/updatedb -f "nfs,smbfs,........

    This runs every day;
    # /usr/bin/updatedb -f "nfs,smbfs,ncpfs,proc,devpts" -e "/tmp,/var/tmp,/usr/tmp,/afs,/net
    Would i be right in thinking that as i don't have NFS etc, i can speed this up by simply changing this cron job to:
    #slocate -u
    ??

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    You can remove the nfs file type from the config file. You can use -l 0 to turn of the security checks to make it more faster.
    Stop Reymond !! A single conversation with a wise man is better than ten years of study. So....

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    Thanks.

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