Media Flow Controller Logs : Cache Log (cachelog)

Cache Log (cachelog)
Media Flow Controller supplies a log of cache activity; for example, an object has been added, deleted, or modified in the cache. See “Configuring Service Logs” on page 132 for implementation details. See cachelog for CLI details.
cache
copy <SCP>
filename <filename>
on-the-hour {disable | enable}
rotate {filesize-MB <integer> | time-interval <integer>}
syslog
For each type of event, Add, Attribute Update, and Delete; a single entry is written:
a.
b.
Type (ADD)
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
a.
b.
Type (ATTR_UPDATE)
c.
d.
e.
f.
a.
b.
Type (DELETE)
c.
d.
e.
Example:
[Fri Jun 26 19:37:09.754 2009] ADD "/http-cl18:ed239a85/100k-files/117/29" SAS dc_3 32768 [Fri Jun 26 19:38:14 2009]
[Fri Jun 26 19:38:23.257 2009] ATTR_UPDATE "/http-cl18:ed239a85/100k-files/588/45" SAS dc_3 [Fri Jun 26 19:39:28 2009]
[Fri Jun 26 19:50:59.072 2009] DELETE "/http-cl18:ed239a85/100k-files/381/69" SAS dc_4
Note! Attribute Update is performed with a namespace origin-request cache-revalidation on an individual URI. If this namespace option is set to deny, no Attribute Update entries occur. Each URI has its own expiry time. If the re-validation indicates that a URI is still valid, the Attribute Update event updates the URI expiry time; this makes a log entry.

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