Cache/Proxy Directory Availability

Updated: August 14, 2009

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

When a client requests on-demand content, a cache/proxy server can stream the requested content to the client on behalf of the origin server. Offsetting the load on the origin server from which the content is published conserves bandwidth and decreases network-imposed latency, reducing costs and providing a better viewing experience for clients. The WMS Cache/Proxy plug-in in Windows Media Services 2008 is used to configure a Windows Media server as a cache/proxy server. This plug-in downloads content requested by clients from an origin server to cache storage on the cache/proxy server (the cache directory) for subsequent delivery to clients.

Events

Event ID Source Message

353

WMServer

The WMS Cache Proxy plug-in could not cache %1 to the cache directory. %2

354

WMServer

The WMS Cache Proxy plug-in could not remove %1 from the cache directory. %2

356

WMServer

The WMS Cache Proxy plug-in removed %1 from the cache directory to increase the disk space available for caching content.

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