I have a web server with an NFS mount to a large storage provider, and it serves content via HTTP.
I would like to have a 1-2 GB dynamic forward cache so that if my NFS mount goes down, I can still provide my most common accessed content without the user even knowing.
I either can't find the concept with Google, or I'm not using the correct search terms to find it.
The cache could be in Apache or NFS or a Virtual File System on top of the mount -- I don't care! I just want to control what can be cached (inodes - file info and structure; and common files under 10 MB).