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Project Summary

unburden-home-dir allows users to move cache files from browsers, etc. off their home directory, i.e. on a local harddisk or tmpfs and replace them with a symbolic link to the new location (e.g. on /tmp/ or /scratch/) upon login. Optionally the contents of the directories and files can be removed instead of moved.

This is helpful for NFS homes, systems with homes on small flash disks or SSDs but with a lot of RAM, and for not cluttering backups of /home/ with cache files.

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caching chrome chromium conkeror firefox io login loginscript lsof nfs nobackup opera performance perl profile ssd tmpfs trash xsession

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30 Day Summary

Jun 19 2022 — Jul 19 2022

12 Month Summary

Jul 19 2021 — Jul 19 2022
  • 37 Commits
    Up + 24 (184%) from previous 12 months
  • 2 Contributors
    Up + 1 (100%) from previous 12 months