[squid-users] Windows Updates a Caching Stub zone, A windows updates store.

Omid Kosari omidkosari at yahoo.com
Thu May 11 06:41:07 UTC 2017

Eliezer Croitoru wrote
> You can try to use the atime and not the mtime.

Each time the fetcher script runs , all of request files will access and
then atime will refreshed .
I think for "request" directory it should be "mtime" and for "body"
directory it should be "atime" .

Eliezer Croitoru wrote
> It is possible that some fetchers will consume lots of memory and some of
> the requests are indeed un-needed but... don’t delete them.
> Try to archive them and only then remove from them some by their age or
> something similar.
> Once you have the request you have the option to fetch files and since
> it's such a small thing(max 64k per request) it's better to save and
> archive first and later wonder if some file request is missing.

But currently there is more than 230000 files in old request directory .
Maybe the garbage collector of GoLang will not release the memory after
processing each file .

Eliezer Croitoru wrote
> * if you want me to test or analyze your archived requests archive them
> inside a xz and send them over to me.

I have sent you the request directory in previous private email .


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