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From "Michele Marcionelli" <mich...@math.ethz.ch>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] apache proxy doesn't delete files over limit
Date Mon, 09 Feb 2004 16:02:40 GMT
> > I'm using Linux (Red Hat 9) with Apache 2.0.48 (self compiled) with
proxy,
> > cache and disk_cache modules. I set the CacheSize to 2000000 in the
> > httpd.conf, which means 2GB, right?
> >
> > Now, after running apache for a couple of weeks, I noticed that the
proxy
> > directory has more than 4.5 GB of cached files!
>
> Unfortunately garbage collection isn't implemented in 2.0's
> mod_disk_cache: you'll have to do this yourself for the time being.
> (e.g. using 'find -atime' from a cron job)

Hi Joe,

first of all, thanks a lot for your answer!! At least now, I know I didn't
do anything wrong ;-))

Do you know something about the development status of the garbage
collection? Where can I find out some more information? Is there some devel
website?

Thanks in advance,
Michele


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