[squid-users] Rock store size not decreasing
dan at getbusi.com
Sat May 20 05:13:16 UTC 2017
Okay, cool — thanks for clarifying.
Guess I'll nuke it myself and reinitialise a blank one.
On 19 May 2017 at 23:29, Amos Jeffries <squid3 at treenet.co.nz> wrote:
> On 19/05/17 15:47, Dan Charlesworth wrote:
>> Hey all
>> I'm fairly new to rock caching. With aufs, if you reduce the cache size
>> in the config it'll start slowly reducing it down the new size.
>> I've done that with a ~137GB rock store (reduced it to 10240MB) but it
>> 'aint changing after reloading the config.
> With UFS/AUFSdiskd the cache is stored in a directory tree with individual
> files per item. Reducing the size results in files being deleted from disk
> an the total size shrinks naturally without any special action by Squid.
> Rock on the other hand has all content stored inside one file. That file
> gets initialized with the space configured and maybe grown if needed. But
> there is nothing I'm aware of to reinitialize it on smaller sizes being
> configured. Reducing the size does reduce the size of stuff using space
> *inside* the database file, but AFAIK not the file itself.
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