Provided by: bcache-tools_1.0.8-2_i386 bug

NAME

       make-bcache - create a cache device

SYNOPSIS

       make-bcache [ -U UUID ] [ -b bucket-size ] device

OPTIONS

       -C     Create a cache

       -B     Create   a   backing   device   (kernel  functionality  not  yet
              implemented)

       -U UUID
              Create a cache device with the specified UUID

       -b bucket-size
              Specifies the bucket  size.  Allocation  is  done  in  terms  of
              buckets,  and  cache hits are counted per bucket; thus a smaller
              bucket size will give better cache utilization, but poorer write
              performance. The bucket size is intended to be equal to the size
              of your SSD's erase blocks, which seems to be 128k-512k for most
              SSDs.  Must  be  a  power  of two; accepts human readable units.
              Defaults to 128k.

                                                                make-bcache(8)