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Configuration for Command Caching

Geoffrey Graff

Joined: Sep 20, 2001
Posts: 5

I use command caching for growing performance of my application.
My application works on a server divided on 2 clusters.
The information puts in the cache are never invalidated (timeout = -1).
This information are only invalidated on demand.
How can I configure the sharing-policy (SHARED-PUSH,SHARED-PULL or SHARED-PUSH-PULL) in my cachespec.xml file for having always the good cache on each cluster ? (cachespec.xml is one each cluster).
How does it works when I invalidate cluster in a cluster ?


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