Provided by: mnogosearch-sqlite_3.2.33-1ubuntu1_i386
cached - daemon to store indexing information
cached [options] [configfile]
cached is a TCP daemon which collects word information from indexes and
stores it on your hard disk, optionally making fast word indexes
cachelogd daemon that logs the data only. The second and default modes
is where the cachelogd and splitter functionality are combined.
cached listens to TCP connections and can accept several indexers from
different machines. Theoretical number of indexers is about 128. In old
modes, cached stores information sent by indexers in /var/raw/
directory of mnoGoSearch installation. In new mode, it stores it in
The various indexer programs that you then start need to be told to use
the cachemode daemon, see the cachemode document described below for
more details on how to use the programs together.
This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the
original program does not have a manual page.
Use /path as the working directory.
-p n Listen to the specified TCP port.
- v n Verbosity level, this is a number betwee 0 and 5.
-h, -? Print the help.
-l Run cached in old logging only mode.
This manual page was written by Craig Small <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for
the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).