Use these server settings for server caches.
The root folder(s) for the Platform Server’s disk cache. One or more absolute file paths or paths relative to install_folder, separated by semicolons (😉. The data for the HTTP response cache will be distributed evenly across all specified folders. The caches for the auxiliary caches (compiled image catalogs and foreign image data) will be located in the primary cache folder (the first folder in the list).
The maximum size of the HTTP response cache in bytes. This setting limits the amount of actual data to be cached; it does not consider file system overhead. (See Response Data Cache.) If multiple cache data folders are specified, the cache data will be spread evenly across all folders. The value of
cache.maxSize in PlatformServer.conf is in bytes.
The number of entries allocated for the in-memory HTTP response cache index.
On Linux, make sure that sufficient i-nodes are allocated for the cache partition to avoid running out of i-nodes.
The Image Server occasionally needs to save intermediate data to disk. The path can be absolute or relative to install_folder.
The new folder must be created before changing this setting. Make sure the access permissions are set so that the Image Server has full control of the folder.
The Server Supervisor occasionally needs to save intermediate data to disk. The path can be absolute or relative to install_folder. Defaults to [!DNL install_folder]/temp.
The new folder must be created before changing this setting. Make sure the access permissions are set so that the Server Supervisor has full control of the folder.