I wrote a mini-manual about the module. You can get it with the code from:
I hope it helps you and I look forward to suggestions and contributions!
"Maxim Maletsky" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> > /cache/data/articles/0-24/...
> > /cache/data/articles/25-50/...
> > /cache/data/searches/...
> this was our original idea, the difficulty is that there's the need to
> access this directory from several places (mod_rewrite, php and postrges).
> It is easy to access but might be hard to combine the URL together.
> But you're right, on UNIX systems, if I am not wrong, you cannot hold more
> then 1024 (?) files in a single directory.
> So subfolders is the way to go.
> Maxim Maletsky
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bart Veldhuizen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2001 6:07 PM
> To: Maxim Maletsky; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: Re: [PHP] stripping white space?
> Hi Maxim,
> > I am definitely interested in seeing your caching modules - it could be
> > useful resource for ours.
> > Right now our caching module is only in the planning stage, but there
> > few scratches I wrote myself, and it seems to be very promising.
> I'll do my best to write a short blurb on how to use it today and publish
> the code. I also have to do a zillion other things (like work on my new
> house), so I can't promise it'll actually be there today!
> > There's a directory called /cached which we will store the file with the
> > exactly same file names (with mod_rewrite there's no need to use any
> > ?var=val&etc=etc&, you just get it looking like a directory) so it is
> > extremely easy to locate a file.
> > ie: if you go to a file
> > articles/2000/10/26/features/doom
> > then apache looks first into
> > cached/articles-2000-10-26-features-doom.txt
> I can see one problem that you're gonna run into and that is that this
> directory will contain thousands of files. Not many OS's can handle that.
> our case, each article has an article ID and the caching module
> automatically creates subdirectories that will hold a number of cached
> pages. Additionally, I can assign page 'types' to a page. These will
> generate new subdirectories as well. My caching directory looks like this:
> Have fun,
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