RapidDisk is a Linux kernel module to dynamically create, remove, and manage RAM disk volumes. Ramdisks are a method by you which can allocate parts of your RAM for high performing file data storage.

Features

  • Dynamically create, resize, and remove RAM drives
  • Cache data and accelerate read performance of slower disk

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User Reviews

  • I have been testing the OpenSuse 13.2 version and it is making a nice speed difference on my hard drives, in particular the slower green ones.

  • Such a needed project. I was surprised how bad ramdisk creation and management was with the Linux kernel until I saw this project many years ago and my eyes were opened to how good other other operating system's ramdisk management was.

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  • Great project!

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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

Information Technology, Science/Research, Advanced End Users, System Administrators

User Interface

Console/Terminal

Programming Language

C

Registered

2011-08-22