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SuperVolume A hybrid cache which mirrors an entire disk partition or
volume. Yields RamDisk-like read performance, without added risk of
data loss. Features optional deferred-write mode for accelerated write
performance. SuperCache implements patented block-level caching
technology to raise system performance beyond that of the NT
file-level cache alone. It breaks the disk I/O bottleneck by using the
server�s system memory to store the most frequently used data,
executing read and write requests from memory rather than from disk.
SuperCache 4?s core component is a storage volume filter driver which
resides in the storage stack just above the storage volume class
drivers. SuperCache intelligently stores frequently used disk data in
system memory. The memory used to store the data is called a cache.
SuperCache 4 intercepts requests for disk data and, when possible,
fulfills the request using the cache instead of requesting data from
the disk. When data is read from or written to the cache, the
performance is similar to a RAM disk � extremely fast. Unlike our
RamDisk or SuperVolume products, some requested data will not always
be present in the cache. Although data for all requests come from or
go to the cache, some will also involve the disk. Nonetheless,
depending upon the size of the cache and the nature of the disk I/O
requests, performance accelerations can be significant and often
dramatic.� SuperVolume is a sophisticated yet elegant solution to
the disk I/O bottleneck. Employing a patented hybrid cache, it mirrors
an entire disk partition or volume in system memory (RAM). SuperVolume
4 4 is implemented as a storage volume filter driver, residing in the
storage stack just above the storage volume drivers. SuperVolume
reserves a portion of system memory that is the same size as its
associated storage partition or volume. This area of memory is a kind
of cache, and SuperVolume 4 maintains an exact image of the associated
partition or volume in the cache. All data residing in the partition
or volume is also present in the cache. The file system, drive letter,
and all other attributes of the original partition or volume are
preserved. SuperVolume intercepts read and write requests to the disk
partition or volume. All read requests can be fulfilled by reading
from the cache, not from the disk. This results in read performance at
the same level as a RAM disk. However, unlike a RAM disk, the data is