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Thread: Media Cache Store Max size setting?

  1. #1

    Default Media Cache Store Max size setting?

    I am using Amazon S3 and Media Cache.

    Path *
    ${com.wowza.wms.context.ServerConfigHome}/mediacache2

    Maximum Size *
    20
    gigabytes

    Write Rate
    16
    megabytes per second

    Write Rate Max Bucket Size
    64
    megabytes

    But I saw on this page
    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....nd-scalability
    the default says
    "This folder has a maximum size of 10GB, a maximum write rate of 16 MB per second, and a write rate bucket size of 64MB."

    Since I made a new Dir called /mediacache2 can I go over 10Gb? Our average files are 3-4Gb si I want to make it 20-30GB

    thx!

  2. #2

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    Hi Brian.

    Yes, you can make the folder 30GB.

    The rest of that sentence you quoted is as follows:
    This folder has a maximum size of 10GB, a maximum write rate of 16 MB per second, and a write rate bucket size of 64MB. These default settings are adequate for testing and for very low utilization; however, a production environment may require more space and resources.
    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Salvadore

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