Creating a RAM Disk on Linux system

Linux has the native ability to support two filesystem types that allow for RAM-based storage: ramfs and tmpfs. A RAM disk can give faster-than-SSD read and write speeds ideally suited for applications that rely heavily on cached data. The key difference between ramfs and tmpfs is that ramfs does not take a maximum capacity, which could potentially give us problems, [...]

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