I am running Lubuntu 14.04 64bit. I am planning to implement EnhanceIO to use my new 25GB SSD drive for caching my 4TB RAID 0 array. The raid array is partitioned as: 500MB /boot, 20GB /, 200GB ...
At this moment I have VMDKs stored on NFS server (mdraid + EnhanceIO caching on SSD) and client PCs use those VMs though NFS mount. This work good, but I want to accelerate things by adding local ...
I have installed an EnhanceIO SSD cache on my notebook. EnhanceIO supports three caching modes: read-only, write-through, and write-back. Read-only caching mode causes EnhanceIO to direct ...
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) ...