On 03/02/2018 09:45 AM, Mick wrote:
Does it make a measurable difference, after the guest OS has booted?
I'll need to try this out. :-)
Yes, you should try it out for yourself.
I've found that removing not-strictly-needed layers of abstraction
reduces complexity and makes things faster.
I only use partitions (when using the entire disk) on PCs because so
many recovery tools assume that they are there and work a LOT better
than with raw disks.
Grant. . . .
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