The administrator guides provide information on installation and use of Intel® Cache Acceleration Software / Open CAS Linux. The guides are intended for a Windows* Enterprise or Linux* environment. We recommend having a basic knowledge of storage and application management to use the guides.
Starting March 2019, Intel® Cache Acceleration Software (Intel® CAS) became open source. It is now known as Open CAS Linux. Additional information is provided in the following document.
What You Should Know: Intel® Cache Acceleration Software (Intel® CAS) and the New Open CAS Project (PDF)
Size: 181 KB
Date: June 2019
Intel® supports Intel® CAS, while Open CAS Linux is community supported. If users of Open CAS Linux later decide that they need support from Intel, they can buy a support license from Intel by contacting an Intel sales person for details.
Please see documents in the table below for more information.
The Open CAS Framework site provides information about Open CAS Linux.
The Open CAS Linux administrator guide is on the open source site.
Latest versions of Intel® CAS for Windows and old version for Linux administrator guides are provided below.
|Intel® Cache Acceleration Software|
|Windows Enterprise (version 3.2.2)||Administrator guide (PDF) |
Date: February 2018
|Windows Workstation (version 3.2.2)||Administrator guide (PDF) |
Size: 1.56 MB
Date: July 2017
Old Intel® CAS for Linux (version 3.8)
|Administrator guide (PDF) |
Size: 2.27 MB
Date: June 2018
Note: PDF files require Adobe Acrobat Reader*.
|Release Notes for Intel® Cache Acceleration Software|