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From Leif Hedstrom <zw...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Discs
Date Tue, 22 Jan 2013 05:34:21 GMT
On Jan 21, 2013, at 6:05 PM, Davi Loperz <atscgdeveloper@gmail.com> wrote:

> Today I needed to change a value in the configuration of ATS.
> The following variable proxy.config.cache.min_average_object_size went to 32000 and I
came across the following messages in traffic.out:


Changing this setting changes the entire disk cache layout. At startup, we detected that,
and reinitialized the cache. In a sense, this setting is like the max number of I-nodes on
a file system, to change it you have to mkfs the disk.

-- Leif

> 
> [Jan 21 20:54:19.043] Server {0x2ba4b0603760} NOTE: traffic server running
> [Jan 21 20:54:19.083] Server {0x2ba4b0603760} NOTE: no good directory, clearing '/dev/cciss/c0d5
368640:244176991'
> [Jan 21 20:54:20.332] Server {0x2ba4b0603760} NOTE: no good directory, clearing '/dev/cciss/c0d4
368640:244176991'
> [Jan 21 20:54:23.205] Server {0x2ba4b1634700} WARNING: bad footer in cache directory
for '/dev/cciss/c0d2 188416:122083013', clearing
> [Jan 21 20:54:23.205] Server {0x2ba4b1634700} NOTE: clearing cache directory '/dev/cciss/c0d2
188416:122083013'
> [Jan 21 20:54:23.220] Server {0x2ba4b1735700} WARNING: bad footer in cache directory
for '/dev/cciss/c0d3 188416:122083013', clearing
> [Jan 21 20:54:23.221] Server {0x2ba4b1735700} NOTE: clearing cache directory '/dev/cciss/c0d3
188416:122083013'
> [Jan 21 20:54:23.456] Server {0x2ba4b1836700} WARNING: bad footer in cache directory
for '/dev/cciss/c0d1 188416:122083013', clearing
> [Jan 21 20:54:23.456] Server {0x2ba4b1836700} NOTE: clearing cache directory '/dev/cciss/c0d1
188416:122083013'
> 
> What they mean internally for ATS?
> It uses the contents of proxy.config.cache.min_average_object_size to calculate the tree
direĆ³rios to be used by the system?
> 
> Thank you.
> 
> Virtual Word Network Company

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