fs2ram: sync data between RAM and disk

diskIf you keep your browser cache in RAM for speed (like this), the problem you face is you lose all your cache when you shutdown or reboot your system. To avoid that use fs2ram. fs2ram preserves your data in tmpfs (RAM fs). fs2ram has some default set of scripts under:
/lib/fs2ram/unmount-scripts/
and you can add your own custom scripts under:
/etc/fs2ram/unmount-scripts/

By using your custom scripts you can extend the capabilities of fs2ram and use your own preferences to store tmpfs contents. You can call your custom scripts by editing the configuration file:
/etc/fs2ram/fs2ram.conf

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