If we set DisableCache to “no” in clamd.conf, all scanned files’ MD5 will be
cached except the files found virus. I have a question about how to clean up
those cached MD5 data if ClamAV runs for a long time and the cached MD5 data
size is growing?
In considering the performance, we turned on this cache configuration.
However, we have a concern that if the size of cached data is very big, we need
to find a way to clean it up.
Can you let us know if there is a way to clean up the cached data? Thank you.
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