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Hibernate and 2-level cache

 
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Hello everyone.
I have one quick and short question. How to check if I setup a EHCache correctly? My application doesn't throw any exceptions etc. but I couldn't see much improvment in performance. And I suppose I made a mistake in cache configuration.

Could you please help me with this?
 
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Well, I read this (but thanks).

I have a PHP background and there, if I wanted to see what is written to the session, I could view a session file (in folder specified in cfg).
I wondered, if I setup EHCache to overflow data to disk i could view similar file too. If so - when should I look for it?

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