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[DeleGate-En] Limiting FTP cache disk usage
22 Apr 1999 06:31:07 GMT Louis Mandelstam <pweaqbdyi-mnhltawnynjr.ml@ml.delegate.org>


A second question from me:

I need to be able to specify a maximum amount of disk space that will be
occupied by the FTP cache.  EXPIRE doesn't seem to be suitable, and a cron
job of my own would still not be ideal.

Is there some way to tell delegated to remove files, starting with the
oldest (or some other sensible rule) when the disk utilization grows
beyond a limit?  A soft and hard limit would be perfect.

I'm running delegate 5.9.1, under Red Hat Linux 5.2.

Thanks

[please CC me any responses]


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