Flashcache is a write back block cache Linux kernel module, designed to speed up your I/O to your slow spinning disk.

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EnhanceIO: Write-through vs Read-only

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 ...
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Flashcache on Xubuntu 13.04

First of all, I'm noob on using flashcache, and all that I'll post here is studying about it. I've an Asus K56CM, i5 with 500gb of HD and 24Gb of SSD for cache. In windows 8, the default operating ...
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Partitioning SSD for flashcache

I am trying to setup my HDD + SSD on my Win7/Ubuntu dual booting laptop to work with flashcache. Part of my ssd (/dev/sdb1) is already partitioned for ExpressCache on Windows 7. For Ubuntu, I am ...
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Walk through for installing Flashcache. Ubuntu 13.04

I have a new Samsung laptop (NP700Z5C), it has a 1Tb hard drive, with 8Gb SSD which under windows 8 was used for increasing performance, particularly boot up time. I understand that flashcache is an ...
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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) ...