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SubjectRe: [GIT] Bcache version 12

> It can cache filesystem metadata - it can cache anything.
> Because bcache has its own superblock (much like md), it can guarantee
> that bcache devices are consistent; this is particularly important if
> you want to do writeback caching. You really don't want to accidently
> mount a filesystem that you were doing writeback caching on without the
> ache - bcache makes it impossible to do so accidently.
> Is any of that useful?

I guess some kind of benchmark would be nice....? I don't know what
fair workload for this is. System bootup? Kernel compile after reboot?
(cesky, pictures)

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