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DWWW-REFRESH-CACHE

DWWW-REFRESH-CACHE

Section: Debian (8) Updated: February 15th, 2009
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NAME

dwww-refresh-cache - rebuilds dwww cache directory  

SYNOPSIS

dwww-refresh-cache  

DESCRIPTION

dwww-refresh-cache is a simple shell script, which deletes outdated cache files and rebuilds contents of the dwww cache directory /var/cache/dwww. In default installation, the script is called from /etc/cron.daily/dwww, so the cache is refreshed every day.  

CONFIGURATION VARIABLES

DWWW_KEEPDAYS
Specifies, how many days documents that have not been accessed should be kept in the cache. Default is 10 days.
DWWW_QUICKFIND_DB
Location of the installed packages and programs cache file, generated with help of dwww-quickfind(8). Default is /var/cache/dwww/quickfind.dat.
DWWW_DOCBASE2PKG_DB
Location of the cache file, which maps installed doc-base files to packages names, used by the dwww-build-menu(8). Default is /var/cache/dwww/docbase2pkg.dat.
 

FILES

/etc/dwww/dwww.conf
Configuration file for dwww(7).
/var/cache/dwww
dwww cache directory.
/etc/cron.daily/dwww.
dwww daily cron job
 

SEE ALSO

dwww(7), dwww-build-menu(8), dwww-cache(8), dwww-find(8).  

AUTHOR

Robert Luberda.
See dwww(7), for copyrights and stuff.


 

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SYNOPSIS
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FILES
SEE ALSO
AUTHOR

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