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Wednesday 29 July 2009 3:31:30 pm - 8 replies

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Introduction

This article describes in detail the principles and functions of the new cache system present in eZ Publish 4.1. Overall the idea can be summarised as follows: instead of deleting cache elements and then regenerate them across concurrent requests, the logic is reversed to a refresh algorithm. Basically a cache element will be marked as invalid but not deleted until a new version is ready. During the generation of the new cache element, the old version will still be served until it is ready.

Sunday 22 November 2009 3:20:47 pm

Hi,

the images of the article are not shown here, can you fix this?

Best wishes,

Georg.

Monday 23 November 2009 9:45:57 am

the images of the article are not shown here, can you fix this?

We are working on it currently. This happened when migrating the articles, as you may expect.

Thanks for the feedback!
Best Regards,

Friday 27 November 2009 10:21:30 am

This is fixed now!

Wednesday 10 February 2010 10:11:18 am

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Wednesday 10 March 2010 2:08:08 pm

Is it possible to add this feature on version 4.0?

Wednesday 10 March 2010 2:38:32 pm

Is it possible to add this feature on version 4.0?

Hi John,

Unfortunately not, this feature is present from eZ Publish 4.1 on. If migration is an option, you should make your way there.

Cheers !

Tuesday 04 May 2010 3:33:15 am

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