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Linux comes with CacheFS which is developed by David Howells. The Linux CacheFS currently is designed to operate on Andrew File System and Network File System. You need to install a package called cachefilesd which is a CacheFiles userspace management daemon. The cachefilesd daemon manages the caching files and directory that are used by network filesystems such a AFS and NFS to do persistent caching to the local disk.
 read more | score:7627 | -nixcraft, June 9, 2012
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