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Re: ACL Performance (caching on object basis) (ITS#1523)

On Monday, 28. January 2002 08:58, Howard Chu wrote:

> The ACLCache data structure is unnecessary. It stores Backend, Operation,
> and Entry, all of which remain constant for the life of the cache. The
> ACLCacheEntry structure is the only thing carrying useful information.

Ahh, I see. Of course, you are right. The ACLCache structure itself is a 
relic from first experiments with a longer lived cache (that I gave up rather 

Actually I considered the submitted code more a proof of concept that really 
production ready code. If the whole idea is considered as a good thing I can 
rework the stuff to make it more beautiful (and more stable)...

Stephan Siano

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