• Martin: Using SSD as cache

    In this segment of his Storage Decisions presentation, Dennis Martin of Demartek discusses the benefits of using SSD as cache.

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  • Can setting a cache-control header improve application data security?

    Application security expert Michael Cobb reviews the cache-control header codes that can help prevent a Web application from storing sensitive data.

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  • Can admins change the write back cache size?

    Organizations may be surprised to find SSD space eaten up by write-back cache. Here's how to prepare for that.

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  • How does write back cache improve performance?

    With Windows Server 2012 R2 and earlier, admins have access to write-back caching, leading to reasonable improvements for mission-critical workloads.

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  • What are write back cache’s requirements?

    Deploying larger, SSD-based write-back caches might require more than one disk. The benefits can lead to better performance.

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  • read cache

    A read cache is a computer storage component that temporarily keeps a copy of data from a slower permanent storage location in order to accelerate the fulfillment of future requests for the data.

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  • Flash runs past read cache

    Just because you can add a cache doesn't mean you should. It is possible to have the wrong kind, so weigh your options before implementing memory-based cache for a storage boost.

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  • cache thrash

    Cache thrash is caused by an ongoing computer activity that fails to progress due to excessive use of resources or conflicts in the caching system.

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  • What is the relationship between cache technology, CPU and RAM?

    As flash memory caching is on its way in because of its cost and non-volatile nature, RAM may be on its way out the door, says analyst Jon Toigo.

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  • KIA Quiz #15: Corrupted by cache

    Users of Internet Explorer sometimes report a problem that at first appears to be a DNS issue, or a network problem in general, but is in fact due to a corrupt cache-management file in Internet Explorer. To fix this you must:

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