I have a couple of general questions about ACNS operation.
In an ACNS deployment with both pushed (pre-postitioned) and cached (on-demand) content (i.e. CDN and transparent proxy, say) if content for a channel has partially been distributed overnight, what will be the CE behaviour if the client requests content that has not yet been distributed?
e.g. A channel has some VOD content. Overnight, 50% of this content is pushed down to the Edge CE.
A client loads the page associated with the VOD content and clicks on the link for a VOD file that has not yet replicated. What will happen?
Will the CE check the CFS to see if a "traditonally" cached copy of this content is available?
If not available, will it then request the content via normal operation for a cache-miss?
What would be the result if prior to CDN channel creation and content distribution to the CE, a copy of the content had been requested by the client, downloaded and cached in the CFS.
Would the CE deliver subsequent content requests from CDNFS or CFS?
I guess a wider question is in what order does the CE search disk partitions for content? CDNFS then CFS (or MediaFS then CFS for streaming content?)
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