Can the cacheloader process stay alive and keep rebuilding or updating the cache metadata?
lucas at lucasrolff.com
Fri Sep 29 20:36:30 UTC 2017
I can’t think of any scenario, you’d want that – care to explain why you’d like this behaviour?
On 29/09/2017, 22.28, "nginx on behalf of rnmx18" <nginx-bounces at nginx.org on behalf of nginx-forum at forum.nginx.org> wrote:
As I understand, during startup, the cache loader process scans the files in
the defined proxy-cache-path directories, and builds up the
in-memory-metadata. Once the metadata is built-up, the cache loader process
Is there any mechanism by which, this cache loader process can be made to
stay alive, so that it can maybe periodically rebuild/update the in-memory
metadata by monitoring files in the corresponding directory?
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