several questions about varnishd..
des at linpro.no
Thu Aug 2 10:59:50 CEST 2007
"Monty Ree" <chulmin2 at hotmail.com> writes:
> 1. Does varnish saves hot objects in memory? if then any memory size
> limit? and if memory is full, that saves in hdd disk?
Varnish stores all objects in a memory-mapped file. The kernel's VM
system decides what's in memory and what's on disk.
> 2. any object(caching) size limit which varnish can save? if then,
> any parameter that can be changed?
There is no limit, but Varnish will probably crash if it tries to
cache a file which is larger than the total amount of cache it has.
> 3. If I add or change main config file so often, any recommendation?
> how about killall -HUP varnishd?
The man page explains this.
> 4. If I restart varnishd daemon, all saved caches are deleted and
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