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HttpCachability caching




Im looking at using httpCachability and storing the cache data on the Server. Are there any draw backs to using this method of Caching? Can this be used on a 4 server load balanced farm?

I have noticed that once I click around the site once, the site is cached and the site's performance has improved considerably - however, when I do either a Save or Publish to content the whole cache is deleted from the server and the site goes slow once again, until cached.

Is there a way to configure this Deletion to only Published content and NOT saved content?

Or, can anyone recommend an alternative way to cache - I have looked into IIS and it doesnt really improve the performance much.


May 20, 2014 9:20

As far as I know there are not any specific drawbacks. You should use cachability with the setting server, this can be found in application settings in configfiles.

Not answer to all your questions... :/

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Edited, May 22, 2014 11:31
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