Cachefilesd with multiple cache directories?
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Hi, I'm planning to roll out CacheFS and FS-Cache on some Amazon EC2 instances and wanted some advice on using multiple cache directories with cachefilesd. The EC2 instances come with some "free" (ephemeral) storage - for the instances we are using, about 900GB worth :) However, the storage is split into two ~450GB block devices. Is there a way to make cachefilesd use two separate cache directories? I noted in the documentation that the "dir" option can only be used once in the configuration file. Would I have to run two instances of the cachefiles daemon in order to use both cache directories? Or would I be better off using RAID/LVM to make these into a single volume which can then be mounted and used by Cache-FS? Thanks for any advice you can offer :) Darren. -- Darren Austin - Systems Administrator, Widgit Software. Tel: +44 (0)1926 333680. Web: http://www.widgit.com/ 26 Queen Street, Cubbington, Warwickshire, CV32 7NA. -- Linux-cachefs mailing list Linux-cachefs@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/linux-cachefs
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