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litespeed_wiki:lsmcd:configuration [2018/10/04 13:26]
Robert Perper [Cached.UserSize]
litespeed_wiki:lsmcd:configuration [2018/10/04 13:28]
Robert Perper [Cached.MemMaxSz]
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 Can only be used if CACHED.USESASL=TRUE and if no replication is used.  While legacy apps (those without user/​password validation) can be made to work with this option until they'​ve all been updated, it makes the most sense if you've specified Cached.DataByUser=true. ​ If set to '​true',​ users without validation code can access the system, but operate within the common area and do not affect the user specified data areas. ​ See the SASL wiki (above) for details on use. Can only be used if CACHED.USESASL=TRUE and if no replication is used.  While legacy apps (those without user/​password validation) can be made to work with this option until they'​ve all been updated, it makes the most sense if you've specified Cached.DataByUser=true. ​ If set to '​true',​ users without validation code can access the system, but operate within the common area and do not affect the user specified data areas. ​ See the SASL wiki (above) for details on use.
 ==== Cached.MemMaxSz ==== ==== Cached.MemMaxSz ====
-If set to a non-zero value, it is the number of bytes that will be stored in the hash before least recently used items begin to be purged. ​+If set to a non-zero value, it is the number of bytes that will be stored in the hash before least recently used items begin to be purged. For user level databases, this is the maximum size of each user's database.
  
 ==== Cached.HashSize ==== ==== Cached.HashSize ====
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