About LVM Cache
An LVM Cache logical volume (LV) can be used to improve the performance of a block device by attaching to it a smaller and much faster device to act as a data acceleration layer. When a cache is attached to an LV, the Linux kernel subsystems attempt to keep 'hot' data copies in the fast cache layer at the block level. Additionally, as space in the cache allows, writes ...
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