name); put_object(curr); return; —------— Maybe a solution would be to replace 'info("Scan complete")' with 'debug(2, "Scan complete")'? This way you still get the message if you raise the debug level but under normal conditions the daemon would be silent and does not fill /var/log/messages with"> name); put_object(curr); return; —------— Maybe a solution would be to replace 'info("Scan complete")' with 'debug(2, "Scan complete")'? This way you still get the message if you raise the debug level but under normal conditions the daemon would be silent and does not fill /var/log/messages with"> The 'cachefilesd' creates lot of 'Scan complete' messages in /var/log/messages when '/var/cache/fscache/cache' is empty. That's important the Cache directory must be empty, the moment it fills up with cache files, the message is gone. With an empty cache directory the daemon creates every minute 2 messages in /var/log/messages and fills up the logfile. Feb 24 13:29:02 foobar cachefilesd[8019]: Scan complete Feb 24 13:29:32 foobar cachefilesd[8019]: Scan complete The problem is line 1325 in cachefilesd.c —------— scan = curr->parent; if (!scan) { info("Scan complete"); decant_cull_table(); } debug(2, "<— build_cull_table({%s})", curr->name); put_object(curr); return; —------— Maybe a solution would be to replace 'info("Scan complete")' with 'debug(2, "Scan complete")'? This way you still get the message if you raise the debug level but under normal conditions the daemon would be silent and does not fill /var/log/messages with

The 'cachefilesd' creates lot of 'Scan complete' messages in /var/log/messages when '/var/cache/fscache/cache' is empty. That's important the Cache directory must be empty, the moment it fills up with cache files, the message is gone.

With an empty cache directory the daemon creates every minute 2 messages in /var/log/messages and fills up the logfile.

Feb 24 13:29:02 foobar cachefilesd[8019]: Scan complete
Feb 24 13:29:32 foobar cachefilesd[8019]: Scan complete

The problem is line 1325 in cachefilesd.c

—------—
scan = curr->parent;
if (!scan) {
info("Scan complete");
decant_cull_table();
}

debug(2, "<— build_cull_table({%s})", curr->name);
put_object(curr);
return;
—------—

Maybe a solution would be to replace 'info("Scan complete")' with 'debug(2, "Scan complete")'? This way you still get the message if you raise the debug level but under normal conditions the daemon would be silent and does not fill /var/log/messages with