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Location of cache directory must be accessible to the operating system, meaning that you must mount that folder (Linux) or map drive (Windows). After that you just put absolute path to that directory. Linux <context-param> <param-name>GEOWEBCACHE_CACHE_DIR</param-name> <param-value>/cache_directory</param-value> ...


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You need to edit the config file (see http://geowebcache.org/docs/current/configuration/layers/howto.html#how-to-configure-layers for details of where that is), you then need to find the wmsLayers section of the document and within that there should be a gwc:WmsUrl element that you can change.


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I was able to fix the problem, and here's what was happening: It turns out there was nothing wrong to begin with, the layer was displaying exactly as I set it, and that was the problem. Because the layer above had such closely-packed grid polygons, I set the style to not draw any borders, otherwise when zoomed out you would just see a slew of black borders, ...


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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 ...



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