I want to know if there is anyone who has tried installing and running their kernel built with flashcache or bcache for SSD caching? How did you manage to do it?
What are the advantages/disadvantages of different SSD to HDD cacheing options (dm-cache, flashcashe…)?
There appear to be various different technologies available to use an SSD to act as a cache for HHDs. The ones I know of: dm-cache (by Redhat - in the 3.9 Kernel, so it should be in ubuntu 13.10) ...
I've tried to set up bcache in Ubuntu 14.04 with a fresh install and an empty /home partition (/dev/sdb2) as a backing device. I have a running system on my SSD and I'd like to use its /dev/sda2 ...
I'm using Ubuntu in a corporate environment, and our security policy states that we have to use full disk encryption. I've also got a laptop with a 32GB mSATA SSD and 750GB of spinning rust. My ...
Because my notebook has a SSD and a HDD, I want use the SSD as cache just like Rapid Storage in windows. I find bcache offers this functionality so I decide to try it. I got bcache and bcache-tools ...