On Monday 16 December 2002 10:53 am, Guido van Rossum wrote:
> > We're running ZEO with Zope 2.5.1. We currently have a ZEO Cache
> > (ClientCache) of 200 meg. Occasionally someone will download a 300
> > meg file that completely blows away the client cache. Is there a way
> > to prevent this?

You're best bet would be to put a proxy cache in front of Zope. Zope's not 
very efficient at serving big static files like this compared to Apache or 
> I'm afraid not; this isn't a very typical use case.  You could
> implement a file size limit, or increase the cache size to be more
> than twice the largest expected dowload (the cache is implemented as
> two files, each of which is limited to half the nominal cache size).

I think it would be nice to be able to control cacheability of certain 
objects. However it smells like a YAGNI, especially with good front end 
caches that can take care of it.


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