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c0l3s
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« on: Thursday 19 June 2008, 07:39:20 pm »

hi..i'm installed endian 2.2 beta 4 and i've some problem on my cache
because it's seem to be the cache interval doesn't work
i already clear cache but it seem doesn,t work too

any idea how to clear cache or change the interval



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« Reply #1 on: Friday 20 June 2008, 02:34:04 am »

Hi,

I'm using the 2.2RC1 and the Clear Cache button in the HTTP Proxy configuration page is functional.

Nevertheless, I observed the following issue:
Over time, the cache is getting full and the system does not use the cache space on disk and, when the memory is saturated, the PROXY stop working!

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c0l3s
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« Reply #2 on: Friday 20 June 2008, 11:40:22 am »

hi...when you using 2.2rc1 does the NAT working properly??

but is there any cache interval to clear the cahce automaticaly?
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« Reply #3 on: Saturday 21 June 2008, 02:57:37 am »

Dear c0l3s,

I did not find any issues with NAT.
I reported a bug at: http://bugs.endian.it regarding an issue when using the Anti-Virus with the HTTP Proxy...  From what I observed the HAVP process is causing a memory leak.
From the HTTP Proxy Cache Management configuration, it does not seems to offer any control on the cache flushing. I always believed that it is performed automatically on a FIFO basis (First In First Out) and that old entries are overwritten by newer entries when memory reaches the set limit.

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