An intermediate data storage area with high performance but limited capacity. The term "cache" can refer to hardware cache (on a processor) or software cache (which stores commonly used values in a computer's memory).

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How if at all is it useful to clear cookies when clearing the cache? [on hold]

The Refreshyourcache site (http://www.refreshyourcache.com/) does not mention clearing cookies, and says that its instructions "to clear your browser's cache [will force] it to download all latest ...
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Windows - how to disable/test disk cache

I have some problems with my WD5000AAKX disk and i think that faulty RAM cache could be the reason. Western Digital diagnostic tool reports that everything is OK. Is there any way how to disable read ...
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Network DNS Cache - Typical Update Time [duplicate]

I recently set up a new website, and attempted to access it before it was fully set up - resulting in a DNS error. Fast forward 24 hrs, the website is fully set up and accessible via my mobile and ...
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Using SSD will reduce RAM cache?

I have Laptop having 16GB RAM with normal HDD, I am using windows 8.1 and now it is taking 8GB RAM as cache. My question is, If I use SSD, will it reduce cache size in RAM as SSD is fast enough to ...
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How to create a file in memory in Windows Server?

How can I store and have access to a file in memory in Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard? I would like to have quick access to a database. Since SQLite stores database in file I would like to store this ...
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Recovering a file after reset offline cache Windows 7?

I was having problem with a network mapped folder stop syncing. I made it available offline before but couldn't get it back online no matter what (got "This folder is offline because of a user chose ...
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Windows 8.1 cached memory and memory optimizers

I can't find similar question so talking about it so I would like to create one. It is a bit long so I bold what I want to ask actually. Someone had noticed Windows 8 is taking too much memory for ...
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How do I preserve a page cached by Google? [closed]

Some friends at a university are documenting some shady relationships with donors at a university. Recently the university removed some pages containing official statements. Currently the pages are ...
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Is there a way to build a cache of internet files on local computer?

I use Windows (7 for now). In the future I am planning to go somewhere where internet costs 5¢/MB and I am wondering about schemes for saving on bandwidth. I would like to know if there are any tools ...
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How would a word or long word addressable memory system change the outcome?

I was given this question at school: Suppose a byte-addressable memory has 1 M addressable space and a cache consisting of 64 blocks, where each block contains 8 bytes. The cache is direct mapped. ...
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Chrome ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED after nameserver change

I've created my first ubuntu 14.04 server on digital ocean and tried to point my domain to it. Ive configured everything with help of the following tutorial to set up my apache virtual host. When i go ...
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In Linux, how is a program loaded into memory when the OS decided to run it?

As we know, Linux implements page cache to store the code or data from pieces of a file that will be potentially used. One of my question is, when a program, e.g. vim, is going to run, its data and ...
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What happens if the associativity level is greater than the cache size?

I am working on a computer organization caching problem The Problem: What happens if the associativity level is greater than the cache size? I know that associativity level is how many blocks are ...
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How many bits are in the address field for a directly mapped cache?

Here is the problem I am working on: The Problem: " A high speed workstation has 64 bit words and 64 bit addresses with address resolution at the byte level. Assuming a direct mapped cache with 8192 ...
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What does “address resolution at the byte level” mean?

Here is the problem I am working on The Problem :A high speed workstation has 64 bit words and 64 bit addresses with address resolution at the byte level. How many words can in be in the address ...
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My L3 cache size showing zero in wmic (cmd)

I purchased a desktop system which has 6 MB Cache. When I checked the L3 cache in the BIOS I didn't find a L3 cache. I the tried to use another method in from the command line to confirm the L3 cache ...
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How is addressing done of L1/L2/L3 cpu caches vs. ram allocation? [closed]

As cache sizes on cpus increase, how is it managed vs. RAM? Do considerations need to be made while making an application to ensure you're getting the most out of your Cache or is that completely at ...
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Is it possible to accelerate my data drive using the same SSD Windows is installed on using Intel SRT?

I have a 240GB SSD with Windows 7 installed. It also has an unallocated 64GB partition, which I reserved to use Intel Smart Response Technology. I would like to accelerate a mechanical drive that is ...
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Plesk 12 PHP Cache options

On my Plesk 12 vServer I've installed multiple PHP versions: PHP 5.3 PHP 5.4 PHP 5.5 PHP 5.6 I'd like to enable a cache method (APC, Redis, XCache or Memcache) for all of those PHP installations. ...
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How can I solve Readyboost error: “Unable to create cache. Access is denied”

When I try to configure ReadyBoost for a new flash SD Disk, I get the following error: "Unable to create cache. Access is denied". How can I solve it in order to enable ReadyBoost for that disk? ...
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VirtualBox is unable to allocate cached memory on windows (not considering it as available)

Host: Windows 7 64x bit, 6 GB of RAM Guest: Red Hat 64x bit Host machine resources without running any VMs: Windows Resources [Case I] Guest machine with 2 GB memory When I run a memory ...
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SSD's or HDD's in a LANcache?

I am building a LANcache for a lanparty that I'm organizing. We have about 80 visitors (pretty small LAN), but our uplink is limited to 100mb/s due to reasons and it's constantly saturated with game ...
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SSD cache, SRT, Raid 0 : speeding up my C drive

I have a Z97 rig and I'm interested in speeding up my disk drives. This is my current setup: 1) 240GB SSD for main disk 2) 500GB hard drive for User Files 3) 120GB for photo editing (I move files ...
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Remove Cached passwords on User Password reset

I didn't know which of the techy sites to post this on with it having a bit of everything... but on our network users are required to change their passwords every 60 days... now when this happens ...
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How to measure the latence time of each level of cache memory [closed]

I want to measure the size of each cache memory level (L1, L2, L3) and its latency time. I am using a C program that takes 3 parameters: the size of an arrays that will be read, the number of times to ...
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https version of site not loading on some computers in network

I have just installed an SSL certificate for a website. This site was previously http only. On the company's internal network, most people are now able to access this site through both https and ...
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How to force IIS to stop caching a page?

tl;dr: I think IIS is caching my page, and I can't figure out how to make it stop. Coming from a static programming background, I've recently started dipping my toes in the dynamic world by trying ...
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Is write caching good for HDDs' life?

I have a removable HDD for which Windows disabled write-caching by default, but on occasions I write a lot of data to that HDD and I was wondering, would enabling the caching temporarily improve the ...
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Can you block or cache a single image in Outlook?

I'm using Windows 8 Outlook, and I'm curious about whether it is possible to force-cache or block a single image that keeps recurring in emails. Since I'm using a USB Internet stick with limited ...
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If I open a URL in a new Chrome incognito window, will it act as if I cleared browser cache, cookies etc?

I have good reasons for not clearing my cookies at the moment. Support staff for a problem site want me to clear browser cache and cookies. If I open a URL in a new Chrome incognito window, will it ...
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Local network shared drive with caching

I would like to set-up a shared network drive across a local network, with offline avalability (caching). Basic folder syncing is not working in this case, because it does not ensure synchronization. ...
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clear image cache - dreamweaver

I have a computer at the moment that uses Dreamweaver CS5.5. Linking to an image, it immediately tries to cache the file. Now I inserted a link to an image which was not where the link points to, so ...
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mod_pagespeed, domains and abusive GET requests

I just noticed what seems to me a strange behaviour in mod_pagespeed (latest) on a Linux box with Apache installation. I have domain limitation in mod_pagespeed.conf and the machine only has the one ...
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Reload Javascript/CSS Resources Without reloading HTML

I am a web developer and refresh the page a lot in order to see what effects my changes to css and Javascript have. On pages with longer load times (IE 2 - 5 seconds) it is a hassle. I am wondering if ...
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Firefox: what is the parameter to know if the cache will be cleared when closing the browser?

in the list of paramters after outputting about:config, what is the parameter to know if the cache will be cleared when closing the browser?
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Where is the speedup effect on using lvm2-cache

I recently discovered that LVM2 supports now caching: http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man7/lvmcache.7.html The cache logical volume type uses a small and fast LV to improve the performance of a ...
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difference between parent and sibling in squid's cache_peer directive

I want to know what differs in the following two lines: cache_peer cache.myparent.example parent 3128 3130 cache_peer cache.sibling.example sibling 3128 3130 For you reference, this says: If ...
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Squid3 Reverse Proxy - Force Cache and Suppress Version

I have been using pfSense for about 2 years now and I love it. One of my favorite features has come to be Squid2 and Squid3. Right now I am using Squid3 to run both proxy and reverse proxy. There are ...
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Windows icon cache does not exist

I've just performed a fresh install of Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit, and have installed all updates and SP1. After installing IObit Smart Defrag, I noticed the icon for that software was the generic ...
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W3TC and Cloudflare, how do they work together?

I have W3TC installed in Wordpress, and I've recently added Cloudflare. I've already followed this steps: ...
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Cache all web pages - Squid or alternatives?

I'm using Squid 3.5.1 (the diladele version from http://squid.diladele.com/) on my own Windows 8.1 PC to cache everything from the web pages that I visit. Here's what I have in mind : When I visit ...
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Download File from a Website, which is not accessible [closed]

Im asking if the is a possibility to retrieve a file from a Website, which is not longer up. I Thoght about Google Cache but it is not working. I want to get this file 7+ taskbar numberer
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How can I permanently disable directory caching in lftp?

I attempted to configure my $HOME/.lftp.rc to permanently disable directory caching (it has a nasty habit of never bloody updating). https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mcandre/dotfiles/master/.lftp.rc ...
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Location of Firefox cache and clearing it in Mac OS X

Bear with me, as the Firefox cache has gotten more byzantine over the years so is the question. I am using Firefox 35.0.1 on Mavericks. I want to mess around with the cache. There is a lot of ...
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OS on SSD, Win 8 “libraries” on HDD, access optimisations/cache?

I have Windows 8 with OS/Programs on my SSD, A lot of data on my HDD ... Available space for some data on my SSD (My SSD being 250GB, I can reasonably afford 100GB for data) Now I would like to ...
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ZFS cache when seeding torrent

I sometimes use my home server to seed a few torrents, almost always less than 4GB. The torrent data are on a ZFS volume and most of the time there is no other access to the disks. The server has 8GB ...
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Squid cache everything for ever

I'm running OpenSUSE 13.2 and installed squid via yast. I want to cache everything on my localhost, web pages, ISO, distribution packages. The problem is that my /var/cache/squid directory stays ...
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How can I view a PDF without buffering or lag when scrolling? [duplicate]

I am using PDFs that take about a second per page to load. I want the entire PDF document to load into the cache all at once so that I can scroll between pages with no buffering or delay. Currently ...
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Does Bash have cache of executables?

I was just writing a C++ program on my Ubuntu 14.10 computer. As it is a client/server program, I has three terminal emulators open: one for writing code and compilation, one for client testing, and ...
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Why does my browser cache fill up so fast? [closed]

So on my second desktop there seems to be a problem with the browser cache. To clear up the cache i'm using this program called ccleaner. Helps me alot keeping everything clean. Recently the browser ...