I have 32GB of RAM, and I'm wondering how much to tweak the /etc/sysctl.d/99-sysctl-performance-tweaks.conf file.
I have read the Garuda wiki page on swappiness (thank you for that, devs ) and have swappiness currently set at 10 and vm.vfs_cache_pressure at 65. No issue there at all.
I have also pasted in TCP/IP stack hardening settings from research done in the Arch wiki. Again, no issues.
Now I am wondering about vm.dirty_ratio, vm.dirty_background_ratio, writeout times etc? If I understand correctly, the suggested values I could un-comment mean my system would start writing out data at 10% of RAM, or 3.2GB in my case. That seems like a lot of data to suddenly have to write out at once, and with other distros I have set these values much lower without apparent issues.
I could go by trial and error, but I am hoping for other people's perspectives on this, and especially the devs.