SV: LRU moved object but still memory to spare
ITLJ at gyldendal.dk
Thu Nov 4 10:28:03 CET 2010
Sorry for topquoting, but using Outlook at work, so..
Anyways, thanks for your reply. Since I have no LRU nuked-entries in varnishstat, things seems to be working as intended.
Fra: Tollef Fog Heen [mailto:tfheen at varnish-software.com]
Sendt: 4. november 2010 08:44
Til: Lars Jørgensen
Cc: 'varnish-misc at varnish-cache.org'
Emne: Re: LRU moved object but still memory to spare
]] Lars Jørgensen
| 257738 . . N LRU moved objects
| 1924911104 . . bytes allocated
| 126924107776 . . bytes free
| The LRU counter is increasing steadily, but the server has ample
| memory to spare. Why do LRU objects gets thrown out of the cache? Or
| am I misunderstanding that counter?
LRU moved just means the LRU list has been updated. LRU nuked means
they're removed from the cache, so yes, you're misunderstanding the
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