In article <55bcdc22b0netsurf(a)avisoft.f9.co.uk>,
Martin Avison <netsurf(a)avisoft.f9.co.uk> wrote:
How does !Cache take account of NS choices? Disc cache is set to
> What are the disadvantages of using a zip fine for Netsurf in
> This is on ARMX6. I'm aware that the lfau means that each
> quite large. Not sure how large on a 250GB. There were lots of
> directories in !Cache.
I have raised this sort of thing before. I think you would find
were lots and lots of *empty* directories. Apparently on other FS such
directories cause no problems! I even wrote a program to analyse the
cache, and to create deletes for all empty directories. But I suspect it
currently has bugs, and I got diverted to other things!
I think my directory now (after deleting it all like you have in
April) is now about 168MB - which is under its 1024MB limit. It does seem
to be using 6300 directories but only holds 1550 files! Still seems a
directory overload to me.
There is cerainly a directory overload! 15 directories, each seems about 5
deep, so 75 in all!
At present, it seems each directory has one file in it, but I've not
But I have replaced !Cache.Caches.Default.Netsurf with a zip archive
called Netsurf. This appeasrs to work fine, currently it's 492K - with 75
directories in it.
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