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From Igor Galić <i.ga...@brainsware.org>
Subject Re: Avoiding mem_cache assumptions
Date Thu, 23 Aug 2007 21:41:12 GMT
On Wed, 22 Aug 2007 20:50:35 +0200
Ruediger Pluem <rpluem@apache.org> wrote:

Hi folks,

> 
> Maybe a pointer to http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/en/caching.html#inmemory
> could help. It has some more detailed explanations.
> 
Skimming through this doc link
I found a few typos and Tony asked me to submit it, I thought this is the right enough place
to do so:




 
Index: manual/caching.xml
===================================================================
--- manual/caching.xml  (revision 569150)
+++ manual/caching.xml  (working copy)
@@ -624,14 +624,14 @@
       <title>Understanding the Cache-Store</title>
 
       <p>To store items in the cache, <module>mod_disk_cache</module> creates
-      a 22 character hash of the url being requested. Thie hash incorporates
+      a 22 character hash of the URL being requested. This hash incorporates
       the hostname, protocol, port, path and any CGI arguments to the URL,
       to ensure that multiple URLs do not collide.</p>
 
       <p>Each character may be any one of 64-different characters, which mean
       that overall there are 22^64 possible hashes. For example, a URL might
       be hashed to <code>xyTGxSMO2b68mBCykqkp1w</code>. This hash is used
-      as a prefix for the naming of the files specific to that url within
+      as a prefix for the naming of the files specific to that URL within
       the cache, however first it is split up into directories as per
       the <directive module="mod_disk_cache">CacheDirLevels</directive> and
       <directive module="mod_disk_cache">CacheDirLength</directive> 
@@ -662,15 +662,15 @@
       With the setting of "2" used in the above example, a grand
       total of 4096 subdirectories can ultimately be created. With
       1 million files cached, this works out at roughly 245 cached 
-      urls per directory.</p>
+      URLs per directory.</p>
 
-      <p>Each url uses at least two files in the cache-store. Typically
+      <p>Each URL uses at least two files in the cache-store. Typically
       there is a ".header" file, which includes meta-information about 
-      the url, such as when it is due to expire and a ".data" file
+      the URL, such as when it is due to expire and a ".data" file
       which is a verbatim copy of the content to be served.</p>
 
       <p>In the case of a content negotiated via the "Vary" header, a
-      ".vary" directory will be created for the url in question. This 
+      ".vary" directory will be created for the URL in question. This 
       directory will have multiple ".data" files corresponding to the
       differently negotiated content.</p>
     </section>




So long,
Igor

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