Re: [thredds] aggregation caching: cache cleared when Tomcat restarted?

Folks,

Just to clarify, when John says that the TDS will "remove files with
lastModified date > 30 days", he means the file names will be removed
from the list that describes the aggregation, so they will not become
part of the virtual aggregation.  He does not mean that the original
data files will be removed from disk.

I not that I know this will be clear to most folks, but I just got
asked this question.

-Rich

On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 3:11 PM, John Caron <caron@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>  I have set my aggregation caching in
>> threddsConfig.xml as so:
>>
>>
>>
>> <AggregationCache>
>> <scour>24 hours</scour>
>> <maxAge>30 days</maxAge>
>> </AggregationCache>
>>

> 1) Yes, this says every 24 hours, remove files with lastModified date > 30
> days. If your aggregations are more permanent, change to a longer time, or
> set scour to -1 to not scour at all.


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