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From Andreas Steinmetz <>
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.

Andreas Steinmetz                       SPAMmers use

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