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README: indicate time unit for env vars

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@ -340,21 +340,22 @@ Generic:
- `DEBUG=1`: to have some feedback from the script execution. Useful for
debugging.
- `IGNORE_SSL=1`: to ignore SSL certs when fetch feeds and articles
- `DELAY` sets the browser cache delay, only for HTTP clients
- `TIMEOUT` sets the HTTP timeout when fetching rss feeds and articles
- `DELAY` (seconds) sets the browser cache delay, only for HTTP clients
- `TIMEOUT` (seconds) sets the HTTP timeout when fetching rss feeds and articles
When parsing long feeds, with a lot of items (100+), morss might take a lot of
time to parse it, or might even run into a memory overflow on some shared
hosting plans (limits around 10Mb), in which case you might want to adjust the
below settings via environment variables.
- `MAX_TIME` sets the maximum amount of time spent *fetching* articles, more
time might be spent taking older articles from cache. `-1` for unlimited.
- `MAX_TIME` (seconds) sets the maximum amount of time spent *fetching*
articles, more time might be spent taking older articles from cache. `-1` for
unlimited.
- `MAX_ITEM` sets the maximum number of articles to fetch. `-1` for unlimited.
More articles will be taken from cache following the nexts settings.
- `LIM_TIME` sets the maximum amount of time spent working on the feed (whether
or not it's already cached). Articles beyond that limit will be dropped from the
feed. `-1` for unlimited.
- `LIM_TIME` (seconds) sets the maximum amount of time spent working on the feed
(whether or not it's already cached). Articles beyond that limit will be dropped
from the feed. `-1` for unlimited.
- `LIM_ITEM` sets the maximum number of article checked, limiting both the
number of articles fetched and taken from cache. Articles beyond that limit will
be dropped from the feed, even if they're cached. `-1` for unlimited.
@ -373,8 +374,8 @@ To limit the size of the cache:
- `CACHE_SIZE` sets the target number of items in the cache (further items will
be deleted but the cache might be temporarily bigger than that). Defaults to 1k
entries.
- `CACHE_LIFESPAN` sets how often the cache must be trimmed (i.e. cut down to
the number of items set in `CACHE_SIZE`). Defaults to 1min.
- `CACHE_LIFESPAN` (seconds) sets how often the cache must be trimmed (i.e. cut
down to the number of items set in `CACHE_SIZE`). Defaults to 1min.
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