On 06/19/02(07:04) you "michel.guilhem" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
|Thank you for the response , i think that i develop a script to detect on a
|origin server the changes .
What kind of detection does the script do?
|I put the changes on the directory of my delegate , restart this with
|expire=0 and do a ls -l on the subdirectory changed .
|then restart with expire=1d .
|With this manner i realize a push .
Do you mean "refresh" by "push" ?
|But this push needs access to the origin server and to the delegate .
How do you access to the origin server? Anyway, I think you need
to access to the origin server to detect modifications.
But you need not to restart DeleGate to refresh a directory cache.
A special FTP command "CWD .", which is issued by "cd ." command in
in usual ftp clients, disables reading cache (toggle). So a command
sequence "cd ." and "ls -l" will refresh the directory cache.
@ @ Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> http://www.delegate.org/y.sato/
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