The ProxyClient allocates sufficient disk space on the client computer to cache the object—up to the limit set by the administrator. That is, if the client computer’s system has 100GB of total space and the administrator configures the cache to use a maximum of 10%, the ProxyClient allocates up to 10GB for the cache.
Cache space is divided equally between the CIFS cache and the byte cache. However, if the maximum cache size leaves less than 1GB of available disk space, the cache size is further limited. Continuing this example, if the client has only 9GB of available space, the maximum cache size is 8GB instead of 10GB.
If acceleration is disabled, CIFS cache or byte cache is not allocated.
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