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SubjectRe: Idea about a disc backed ram filesystem
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Sascha Nitsch <Sash_lkl@linuxhowtos.org> writes:
> - all files overlayed are still accessible
> - after the first read, the file stays in memory (like a file cache)

Linux has very aggressive file caching and does this effectively
by default for every file system.

Sounds like you're trying to reinvent the wheel.

-Andi
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