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CACHING in hibernate

 
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Hi All,

i was trying to use ehcache in one my applications and wanted to know how to find out the actual size of cache required(in MB)?

<cache name="Employee"
maxElementsInMemory="500"
eternal="true"
timeToIdleSeconds="0"
timeToLiveSeconds="0"
overflowToDisk="false"
/>
 
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It depends on your application., for more about generic EhCache memory configuration look HERE
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