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By mcentee ·
How is the value calculated for "Cache to Deleted File Maximum Age Ratio'? What does the number mean?

I was told that by manipulating this number, we can prevent the BorderManager cache files from over-running the volume.

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by charlese In reply to BorderManager Cache Setti ...

Instead of looking at that setting to prevent runovers, you might want to consider creating a seperate volume for your BM cache called CACHE and moving everything over to that volume. For best results, it needs to be a traditional volume and not a NSS volume. You can also clean out the cache contents by loading proxy -cc (-cc for clear cache).

Regards,

Charles

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by estebandelatorre In reply to BorderManager Cache Setti ...

NO!
In order to prevent the over running volume, you should set the maximun cache available space lower to the maximun available space in the volume. The cache will fill the cache available space, every bit, then it will be renewed using the paramenter you mention.

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