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From Lars.Eilebre...@unix-ag.org
Subject Re: mod_proxy/1838: enabling caching causes deamons to fail to close connections
Date Fri, 20 Feb 1998 17:06:12 GMT
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Synopsis: enabling caching causes deamons to fail to close connections

State-Changed-From-To: open-closed
State-Changed-By: Lars.Eilebrecht@unix-ag.org
State-Changed-When: Fri Feb 20 09:06:11 PST 1998

You defined CacheDirLevels to be 20 (the default is 3)...
Well, the default value for CacheDirLength is 1
and Apache tries to build his cache directory on the
first request after caching is enabled.
When you read the proxy documenation you will notice
that using 20 for CacheDirLevels and 1 for CacheDirLength
will give you the increadible number of 2^120
On 99.99% of all Apache proxies out there it is not
needed to tune CacheDirLevels or CacheDirLength and
it shouldn't be done unless you know what you are doing.

The result of CacheDirLevels * CacheDirLength must be
less or equal than 20 otherwise Apache will issue an
error message.

Release-Changed-From-To: 1.3B3-1.3b3
Release-Changed-By: Lars.Eilebrecht@unix-ag.org
Release-Changed-When: Fri Feb 20 09:06:11 PST 1998

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