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Next Version?

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Hello there everyone,

Just been wondering for a while now when is the next version going to be released?
Will it still be in Beta?

How will FancyCache pricing happen :)

Thanks
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Re: Next Version?

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I just removed FancyCache from my computer for good two days ago.. I'm using SuperCache 5 right now..
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Re: Next Version?

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I am using Sandisk Readycache on my raid 10 and 5 at home built computer.

For work I using LSI Cachecade 2.0. I was hoping to use Fancycache with L1 and L2 combination. Fancycache had the highest performing mark of any caching software that I had test so far. It can not be put into production line yet til it goes out of beta. I was waiting on the persistent caching feature b/c my servers get reboot every two weeks to clear out any dirty memory. But waiting 4 hours for the hot data to get cache again are ridicules.
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Re: Next Version?

Post by Support »

Hi all,

Thank you for your attention and patience!

As some users are interested in the new version, here is a beta version can be downloaded for preview. It is a total new program and not based on the previous version of FancyCache. Also, the product name is changed to PrimoCache. Most features are implemented in this version, though some features are not enabled in this version. As this is a preview version, we highly recommend that you test it on a non-production machine and make a backup of system before testing.

This version can be downloaded via the link below,
http://www.romexsoftware.com/download/p ... .Setup.zip

We would very much appreciate any comments you have!
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Downloaded and testing this noon time. Thanks. I was checking everyday like crazy. =) I have high hope for this product.
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Thanks @support!
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This is just a quick run using Anvil SSD Benchmark and the result was OMG. =)

Using Lenovo X220T / I7-2620M / 8GB 1866MHZ / Seagate 750GB SSHD / OCZ Noctia 60 GB msata as a test unit.
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This is the result after 1 hour of building the cache and 5 reboot. Gee Wiz. Crazy benchmark.
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It seem once the L2 cache have enough OS data, the boot up data is mostly read from the SSD. The cache rate hit can reach up past 95%. The hard drive barely have any activity. Please see screenshot. I had repeat the process 3 times. Very impress indeed.
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Very very good.

Now i can place a single write-cache-drive for my Storage-HDDs... so no more 3x 1536MB now 1x 4096MB.

Speed are awesome, wether its SSD or HDD (screenshot is first run)

Keep on the awesome work.
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