Provided by: dwww_1.11.7_i386 bug


       dwww-cache - manage the dwww cache of converted documents


       dwww-cache --lookup type location
       dwww-cache --store type location
       dwww-cache --list type location
       dwww-cache --list-all
       dwww-cache --clean


       dwww-cache  manages  the  cache  of  converted documents; it is part of
       dwww(7).  An option (the first argument) specifies the operation.  Some
       operations  operate  on  the  whole cache, and need no other arguments.
       Others need the second and third  argument  to  specify  the  type  and
       pathname  of  the  original  document.   (See  dwww-convert(8) for more
       information about the arguments.)

       The operations are:

              If the document is in the  cache,  output  it  to  the  standard
              output.  Otherwise, output nothing and return a non-zero status.

              Read  the  document  from  the  standard input, output it to the
              standard output and store it into the cache.  If  there  was  an
              older version already in the cache, remove it.

       --list Output  information  about  one  document  in  the  cache to the
              standard output.  The information is one line, with  four  space
              delimited  fields:  type,  pathname  of  original,  pathname  of
              cached, and permanent flag (y or n).

              Like --list, but for all documents.

              Forget all cached documents that have been deleted.

       dwww-cache  maintains  a  database  with  information  of  the   cached
       documents.   The  documents  themselves are stored in separate files in
       the cache directory.  When old documents are removed from the cache  by
       a  suitable crontab entry, they will still exist in the database.  This
       operation removes all  entries  from  the  database  where  either  the
       original or the converted file is now missing.

       To  stop  the  cache from growing too large, an entry in root's crontab
       should remove cached files that have not been  accessed  for  a  while.
       For  example, the following commands remove all documents that have not
       been accessed for ten days:

              find /var/cache/dwww -atime +10 | xargs rm -f
              dwww-cache --clean

       The idea is to first delete the old cached files and then clean up  the
       database.   The  policy  of cleaning the cache has been kept outside of
       dwww-cache  to  keep  the  program  simple,  and   to   allow   maximum
       flexibility.     The    default    dwww    installation    creates    a
       /etc/cron.daily/dwww, which automatically cleans the cache each day.


              The cache directory.

              The database with information about all cached documents.   This
              is  a  binary  file,  specially  encoded for small size and high
              speed, and should not be touched by anyone but dwww-cache.


       dwww(7), dwww-convert(8).


       Lars   Wirzenius   <>.    Modified    by    Robert    Luberda
       See dwww(7) for copyrights and stuff.