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monkeymissile

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Hi Folks,
Our offices uses a large amount of public folders so when using KOFF, it caches all of their contents locally resulting in a huge amount of disk space usage. When using 120GB SSDs, I'm losing close to 50GB to the local cache.
So I have 2 questions/thoughts:

1) can the local cache be relocated to another local HHD? I have a bunch of 80GB drives I could use
2) is there a way to make KOFF not cache all our public folders?

thanks for any help or guidance
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rcohen

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monkeymissile wrote on Wed, 13 July 2011 08:21
1) can the local cache be relocated to another local HHD? I have a bunch of 80GB drives I could use

We have done this with junctions. Works great! For 50gb of data, you will probably want the cache to be on an SSD, for good performance. Since you said 80gb, I assume that's what you're talking about. We have had great luck using Intel X25Ms and 310s for this.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896768

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