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[leafnode-list] Re: running texpire weekly instead of daily?
On 12/07/2012 9:06 PM, Adam Funk wrote:
I've been running texpire weekly since installing leafnode 1.whatever
back in, um, 2005, with no problems.
Would it do any harm to run it weekly instead of daily?
The machine started life as a Duron something-or-other running Solaris
10, and has since been upgraded a couple of times, currently running on
a dual core Pentium, running Solaris 10 update 9.
Space was not a problem as it was on a 320Gb drive of its own, since
upgraded in 2006 to a zfs file system on a 1.8Tb pool.
I have "expire = 120" in the configuration, I think I started with it
set to 400 (or possibly 999!!!), in my environment that eventually took
about 12 hours to complete, I reduced it to the current 120 and it now
takes about a minute to run, keeping around 50000 articles using about a
gigabyte, and with about 50 Mb of traffic a week.
I think when you need to run texpire has more to do with how much
traffic, storage, and crunch you have, rather than simply
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