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2015.01.01 17:12 "Re: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by Bob Friesenhahn
2015.01.01 17:27 "Re: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by <jcupitt@gmail.com>
2015.01.01 20:24 "Re: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by Aaron Boxer
2015.01.01 20:20 "Re: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by Aaron Boxer
2015.01.03 05:24 "Re: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by Edward Lam
2015.01.05 03:36 "Re: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by Aaron Boxer
2015.01.05 03:39 "Re: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by Aaron Boxer
2015.01.05 04:49 "Re: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by Bob Friesenhahn
2015.01.05 09:53 "Re: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by <jcupitt@gmail.com>
2015.01.05 13:47 "Fwd: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by Aaron Boxer
2015.01.05 13:47 "Fwd: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by Aaron Boxer
2015.01.05 14:07 "Re: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by Aaron Boxer
2015.01.05 15:05 "Re: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by Bob Friesenhahn
2015.01.05 19:38 "Re: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by Aaron Boxer
2015.01.07 10:53 "Re: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by Roger Leigh
2015.01.07 15:26 "Re: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by Bob Friesenhahn
2015.01.05 14:03 "Re: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by Edward Lam
2015.01.05 14:08 "Re: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by Aaron Boxer
2015.01.05 17:57 "Re: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by Edward Lam

2015.01.03 05:24 "Re: Fast TIFF Reading on Windows", by Edward Lam

On Thu, January 1, 2015 15:20, Aaron Boxer wrote:
> Thanks. Yes, my use case is: first-read of many 10-15 MB RGB uncompressed
> files.  Unfortunately, I don't have control over how the files are stored,
> i.e. block size.  One nice feature on Linux is fadvise, where I can
> specify FADV_SEQUENTIAL | FADV_DONTNEED, which would be right for my use
> case.

On Windows, the CreateFile() API has additional flags that you may wish to
explore like FILE_FLAG_SEQUENTIAL_SCAN and/or FILE_FLAG_NO_BUFFERING

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa363858%28v=vs.85%29.aspx#caching_behavior

Cheers,
-Edward