1. Laurent Collongues
  2. Bug report
  3. Tuesday, 12 September 2017
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Hi Daniel,

It's over 3 weeks our production site have been open. A lot of people have test, use it and appreciated it. Specially the HotSpot page which is a "top one" ! :-). Every day we have a cron script building up the hotspot table content from the fabrik's ones. Works fine. We use the "custom tiles" features to handle nicely over 1200 markers. Which is also doing smoothly.

However, I've noticed the cache directory grew up to over 185,000 files (20 Mb) as you can see in the screenshots. Thus making almost impossible to display the standard Joomla purge cache page in the backend as it took to much time to compute ! :-(

Shouldn't they be deleted on a regular basis as part of the standard J! cache procedure ?
I read some posts where you was speaking about a cron job to regularly clean these files. Does it exist ? Where can we catch it ?

Thanks
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