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I had a similar problem to this (Ubuntu 14.04, GeoServer 2.6.1). Geoserver/GeoWebCache was storing tiles in the temporary storage directory specified by the web app container (with the side-effect of the cache being emptied whenever the servlet was restarted). I resolved this by: Creating a new directory in the geoserver data directory (for me, this was ...
If you can live with some styling issues, you can save the shapefiles as KML and upload them to MyMaps on Google Maps.
You can create a free public account on ArcGIS.com. From there, you can upload your shapefile(s) (provided that they contain fewer than 1000 features), create maps containing your shapefiles, and share your maps with others via URL.
Ciao, I though a little about your requests then I checked the geowebcache.xsd spec and I don't think you can do this without some customization within the code. Let's see if someone is more knowledgeable and/or creative than myself on this :) Simone.
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