Questions regarding cache algorithms by applications and implementations of information caching by database engines and other information repository and presentation applications.

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Are “conditional” caching policies ever actually useful?

I'm designing an abstraction over ASP.Net's built in caching to make it not so horrible to use. One design decision I'm having to look at is if I should restrict people to using just one cache policy ...
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Is using dynamically generated code as cache a good idea?

I have a web search interface that can compare products in a table. This data set changes a few times a week. I have been storing a "DISTINCT" list (used for parametric selection) in a cache table. ...
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Are there any concerns with using a static read-only unit of work so that it behaves like a cache?

Related question: How do I cache data that rarely changes? I'm making an ASP.NET MVC4 application. On every request the security details about the user will need to be checked with the ...
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Idea to develop a caching server between IIS and SQL Server

I work on a few high traffic websites that all share the same database and that are all heavily database driven. Our SQL server is max-ed out and, although we have already implemented many changes ...
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Syncing objects to a remote server, and caching on local storage

What's the best method of sycing objects (as JSON) to a remote server, with local caching? I have some objects that will pretty much just be plain-text with some extra meta-data. I was thinking of ...
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Best practices for caching search queries

I am trying to improve performance of my ASP.net Web Api by adding a data cache but I am not sure how exactly to go about it as it seems to be more complex than most caching scenarios. An example is I ...
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Mail Server Caching

I'm currently working on a web mail client. When a user logs in, I'm fetching all the mails from the INBOX from the beginning of time. As expected this is pretty darn slow. I'm planning to implement ...
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How to store cache?

The data in my website is stored in many different tables(friends,relatives,etc) and every-time I have to query each and every table. But all this data is subject centric. E.g. data for a person is of ...
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Caching Business Objects in MVC application

I figured this was more of an architectural question, so I chose to post it here rather than Stack Overflow. So I'm building an MVC web application and have just finished writing the code that wraps ...
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When should I invalidate a cache of a user's credentials?

We develop a Windows client application that locally caches a user's credentials for connecting to our server application using the Windows Credential Management API. Our caching logic works in the ...
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efficient caching with complex user rights

I am currently learning about memcached/redis, and I am trying to figure out how could I use this kind of technology at work. Now I understand that you should mostly cache data which is common to ...
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Cache concurrency: ensuring latest version in cache

We have a data service app working on object graphs. We place some complex graphs in a (memory) caching tier as a single data item, so as to avoid the length of time to retrieve every individual data ...
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Application access layer vs data access layer: taking a choice between distinct 'fast' and 'big' stores served by Redis protocol

background story: So, we want to have a distributed cache available to all applications. (Non-concurrent writes, concurrent reads). In ideal case, the cache must be persistent and kept in RAM ...
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Redis Parent-Child Caching Strategy

We have trouble with our current caching mechanism and tracking which items need cleared out when an object changes. We are using Enyim Memcached which does not have Cache Dependencies. I have ...
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Built-in Context-and-Input-to-Output-Hashing in Compilers

Why doesn't (open source) compilers contain builtin funtionality for (shared) caching and reuse-fetching (using SHA1-hash of compiler-version, build-flags, target-platform and inputs) of executable ...