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“Using SSD as the Level Two Cache for the FreeBSD Dual-Controller Storage Array” in the fresh BSD Mag issue
“Nowadays storage systems use fast solid-state drives (SSD) not only for storing data volumes, but even as the second layer of cache. In ZFS this feature is implemented by L2ARC and it means that we can easily enable this feature … Continue reading
Nowadays storage systems use fast solid-state drives (SSD) not only for storing data volumes, but even as the second layer of cache. In ZFS this feature is implemented by L2ARC and it means that we can easily enable this feature … Continue reading
The new BSD Mag issue with our article: “Implementing In-Memory Cache in the BeaST Architecture” is out!
The fresh BSD Magazine is officially published with our “Implementing In-Memory Cache in the BeaST Architecture” article in the “FreeBSD corner”! We are discussing the ways and even implementing in-memory ZFS-based cache in our dual-controller storage system concept. Many thanks … Continue reading
It’s time to optimize in-memory cache of our FreeBSD dual-headed storage system concept. The new paper with descriptions of changes is already on the BeaST project page.
Just found several small and ridiculous mistakes in the paper of Implementing in-memory cache in the BeaST architecture. So here is the version 1.1 of the PDF document.
Recently we have created the reliable dual-headed FreeBSD based storage concept. Then we improved it with the famous ZFS feature. Now we will try to implement a shared in-memory cache to make our model even more serious.