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From Andreas Steinmetz <...@domdv.de>
Subject Re: mod_disk_cache directives naming convention
Date Thu, 07 Oct 2004 17:21:37 GMT
Justin Erenkrantz wrote:
> That said, there are a number of directives currently in mod_disk_cache 
> that aren't implemented (and I don't see being implemented anytime 
> soon): such as CacheSize, CacheGcInterval, CacheExpiryCheck, 
> CacheTimeMargin, CacheGcDaily, CacheGcUnused, CacheGcClean, 
> CacheGcMemUsage.
> 
> If we go through the process of renaming the directives (and I'm +1 to 
> making it consistent per my first paragraph), I'd like to see us toss 
> all of the directives we don't implement.
> 

Not nice, IMHO. One major problem that prevents the use of apache 2.x 
for me is the fact that the cache size cannot be constrained. A cache 
that can grow without constraint can't be used on production systems.

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Andreas Steinmetz                       SPAMmers use robotrap@domdv.de

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