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  1. 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
  2. I'm having some issues with the ERA Apache http caching proxy. I've updated a few test machines to EEA 6.6.2046 and the 6.6.2046 installer looks like it was pulled from the cache properly but after the install and forced reboot there was another update (modules?) This wasn't pulled from the cache instead it was just proxied through Apache on the ERA server. [Wed Sep 20 09:53:59.467075 2017] [cache:debug] [pid 6468:tid 916] mod_cache.c(1214): [client] AH00768: cache: hxxp://update.eset.com/ep6.6-dll-rel-sta/mod_002_engine_30152/em002_64_l0.dll.nup not cached. Reason: Aut
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