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    Command:

    cacheinfo

    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           The cacheinfo file defines configuration parameters for the Cache
           Manager, which reads the file as it initializes.
    
           The file contains a single line of ASCII text and must reside in the
           /etc/openafs directory. Use a text editor to create it during initial
           configuration of the client machine; the required format is as follows:
    
              <mount>:<cache>:<size>
    
           where
    
           <mount>
               Names the local disk directory at which the Cache Manager mounts
               the AFS namespace. It must exist before the afsd program runs. The
               conventional value is /afs. Using any other value prevents
               traversal of pathnames that begin with /afs (such as pathnames to
               files in foreign cells that do use the conventional name).  The
               -mountdir argument to the afsd command overrides this value.
    
           <cache>
               Names the local disk directory to use as a cache. It must exist
               before the afsd program runs. The standard value is
               /usr/vice/cache, but it is acceptable to substitute a directory on
               a partition with more available space. Although the Cache Manager
               ignores this field when configuring a memory cache, a value must
               always appear in it. The -cachedir argument to the afsd command
               overrides this value.
    
           <size>
               Specifies the cache size as a number of 1-kilobyte blocks. Larger
               caches generally yield better performance, but a disk cache must
               not exceed 90% of the space available on the cache partition (85%
               for AIX systems), and a memory cache must use no more than 25% of
               available machine memory.
    
               The -blocks argument to the afsd command overrides this value. To
               reset cache size without rebooting on a machine that uses disk
               caching, use the fs setcachesize command. To display the current
               size of a disk or memory cache between reboots, use the fs
               getcacheparms command.
    
    
    

    EXAMPLES

           The following example cacheinfo file mounts the AFS namespace at /afs,
           establishes a disk cache in the /usr/vice/cache directory, and defines
           cache size as 50,000 1-kilobyte blocks.
    
              /afs:/usr/vice/cache:50000
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           afsd(8), fs_getcacheparms(1), fs_setcachesize(1)
    
    
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