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The Apache HTTP Proxy installation - Linux documentation neglected to instruct on configuring htcacheclean, now the filesystem is full, can I please have a working systemd service unit file that I may use for /var/cache/apache2/mod_cache_disk ? Also, this should be included in documentation.
Hello, I have ESMC installed on my network and a number of remote LANs, on which I utilized the Apache HTTP server, as per https://help.eset.com/era_install/65/en-US/http_proxy_installation_windows.html I did not include the scheduling of cache maintenance (end of the above mentioned article) and as a result the cache dir grew to over 4Gb (which is not that bad), from around 130.000 files in more than 190.000 subdirectories! Understandably, that was my mistake. I tried running the htcacheclean command, which managed to lock my AD server on which Apache was running. Restarted, re-ran the same command and again the system after an hour or so entered a lockup again. Rebooted for a second time, but somehow the htcacheclean had managed to do its job: the total contents of the directory were cut tenfold to only 340Mb, from 4.600 files in 7.355 directories. I've got a couple of questions: is the size of some hundred megabytes for the cache "logical". FYI, the remote lan consists of around 20 windows PCs, most running (still) windows xp and some running windows 7 in the ESET KB article above, the htcacheclean command contains the parameters " -l10000M -L12000", which effectively limit the cache to 10Gb (ok so far) and to 12.000 inodes. How do inodes correlate in my own Windows setup?
Well, im trying to use the apache http proxy for the mirror stuff. The problem is that when im trying to put it in a Policy it ask for a username and password, but when i installed era ans with that apche it never asked me to put a username and password. What should i do? Also is there another way of putting a mirror without using Apache http proxy in ERA 6.X. Thanks!