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From Upayavira>
Subject Re: [RT] Prebuilding your cache with the CLI
Date Fri, 22 Aug 2003 08:11:07 GMT
Vadim Gritsenko wrote:

> Upayavira wrote:
>> Vadim has just fixed a bug with the persistent cache not shutting 
>> down properly. This means that the CLI has access to the Cocoon cache.
>> For a largely static site, should now be possible to have the CLI 
>> crawl a site, purely with the intention of building up the cache, 
>> which will then be used by the servlet.
>> Does this sound like a good idea
> Yes. Wget has similar option too. This might be useful for checking 
> for broken links as well. 

Yup. And Wget is the CLI's main competition :-)

>> (or am I making some wrong assumptions, e.g. can the CLI and the 
>> servlet share the same persistent cache?)
> If they (CLI/Servlet) produce cache entries with the same key -- then 
> this will work. 

So two completely different processes can access the same store file 
without conflict?

>> If this is useful (and would work), I can add an option to the CLI so 
>> that it doesn't write anything to disk, just builds up the cache. 
> Go ahead.

It's on my list!

Regards, Upayavira

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