feanor

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:P

Word, people.
Obviously everybody has probably noticed how the raw analog cache data is thrown within ~USERNAME/tmp/analog , so that the program can use it forever and ever regardless of if/when you kill or trim the domlogs on the machine in question.
http://www.rix-web.com/analyzer/docs/cache.html

As much as this is probably accounting for a gigantic amount of diskspace being used as a whole, and then reused during server backups, and so on... I would rather have everything encapsulated in the end, anyway, so users are completely accountable for absolutely every resource they utilize. This one is tough to swallow though.

I was wondering if anyone else is doing anything or mulling over anything to cut down on this data / any procedures/policies you have in place? Even moderately used shared sites can easily have a analog cache and cache output file of 25 to 50 megs in a month\'s time. I think trimming them renders them useless to the analog program as well.... haven\'t fully tested yet though.

Anyway, thanks for your time if you have any to space. :cool:


Travis
 

feanor

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(correction on my stupidity in previous post)

...have any to \"SPARE\"
I can\'t form complete thoughts that actually make any sense to human beings of this planet.

ROCK ON IOWA.