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SubjectRe: CacheFS for Linux?
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I don't claim to be an expert on the subject, but you may want to look at 
the coda client/server. Local caching and multiple origin servers are two
of its major features.

Of course, this is entirely separate from NFS, so if an NFS server is your
only option, it means nothing.

-- Brian

On Friday 16 November 2001 01:35 pm, Joseph Pingenot wrote:
> Hello.
>
> Has any work been done on creating a sort of CacheFS for Linux
> (local NFS caching)? If so, where can I go to get more info
> on getting it up and running? Or is it already implemented
> somewhere?
> Thanks!
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