Apple Posts Advanced Configuration of OS X Server Caching

Specify advanced configuration settings for the Caching service

By on December 11th, 2012 18:01 GMT

Apple has posted new documentation for OS X Server customers looking to learn about the advanced settings they can use with the brand new Caching service introduced in version 2.2.

Apple reveals to IT administrators that OS X Server’s advanced configuration settings for the Caching service can be configured with the command line or by editing /Library/Server/Caching/Config/Config.plist.

Support document HT5590 lists the full set of keys and description of values.

The Cupertino giant outlines a few examples, such as the ListenRanges key which “can be used to specify preferred Caching servers in advanced network topologies where multiple Caching servers are used behind the same public IP address.”

Several command line instructions are offered, complete with an example Config.plist file. Interested parties can visit Apple here to get the full scoop.

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