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From "Jan-Philipp Bolle (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Created: (JCS-25) problem with optimizeFile()
Date Tue, 17 Apr 2007 10:27:15 GMT
problem with optimizeFile()
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                 Key: JCS-25
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JCS-25
             Project: JCS
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: Indexed Disk Cache
    Affects Versions: jcs-1.2.7.9.2
         Environment: Linux 
            Reporter: Jan-Philipp Bolle
         Assigned To: Aaron Smuts


Its two month ago then I posted my question to jcs user:
We have the problem that our indexed disk is growing over the day. Is it possible to start
the optimization by API?

The situation is still the same. I am sure that the index optimization is not working in Version
jcs 1.2.7.9.2. . I had written a dirty program to optimize the index:
	public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException {
        IndexedDiskCacheAttributes cattr = new IndexedDiskCacheAttributes();
        cattr.setCacheName( "articleBase" );
        cattr.setMaxKeySize( -1 );
        cattr.setDiskPath( "D:\\temp\\bug5464\\systems" );
        IndexedDiskCache disk = new IndexedDiskCache( cattr );
        disk.optimizeFile();
        System.out.println(disk.getSize());
      }

With the help of my program the size of the index changed from 3,30 GB to 619 MB. But I can�t
use the program in production.

I expect that the function optimizeFile() will be executed after shutdown. But in JCS Version
jcs 1.2.7.9.2 in IndexedDiskCache in Line 888 the function this.getBytesFree() returns always
0.
Any idea way the value is always 0?

Why I can optimize the index with my dirty program but not with the default behaviour?

In my point of view this is a bug in JCS.

How can I support you to fix that problem?

Regards Philipp



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