Database size

Database size

User database size cache allows for decreasing load on database servers and enhanced performance of the control panel.

This process saves the current size of the database and calculates when to perform the next update of the current database.

The time is calculated as follows:

 DELAY = (MAXDELAY * ((CURR * 100) / NEW)) / 100

where MAXDELAY - is the maximum delay in seconds, , CURR - size of the database saved, NEW - new size of the database, DELAY - delay until the next update in seconds.

When caching the database for the first time, the next size request will be performed in MAXDELAY seconds. By default MAXDELAY is the number of seconds in 24 hours, which can be changed through the DBCacheMaxDelay parameter in the configuration file.

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