#160 – Preloading Cache


This week on the podcast, Kyle shares his thoughts on apply CPU vs. PSU java patches and Dan explains the different options for preloading application server cache.

Show Notes

2 thoughts on “#160 – Preloading Cache

  1. Thank you for going over the different options for preloading application server cache, this was very helpful!

    I am already beginning to test out the shared cache method and I am blown away by the difference in performance. In regards to keeping this cache updated after migrations, did you need to bounce the application server domains so they recognize the new cache files?

    1. We haven’t bounce the app servers after building the new shared cache files. Our batch job has a script at the end to copy the new cache files from the STAGE folder to the SHARE folder and we don’t restart the app servers. You’ll want to make sure that’s the case for you. It should be easy to test and verify on your end.

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