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Want to keep data in AppFabric Cache intact after cluster restart


Want to keep data in AppFabric Cache intact after cluster restart

By : amy
Date : November 14 2020, 04:51 PM
I hope this helps you . Any in-memory cache when restarted will flush all data. Since data is in process' memory, when process restarts all data will be lost.
However some caching solutions like NCache provide features such as cache startup loader which can be used to pre-populate cache at startup or after restart with configurable set of data. E.g. you can easily maintain a list of keys on each node (using a write-behind provider etc) and at server restart populate cache with that set of keys and data using startup loader.
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Starting AppFabric Cache Cluster automatically

Starting AppFabric Cache Cluster automatically


By : Martin Harm
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Yes - if you change the startup mode of the AppFabric Caching Service from Manual to Automatic, then the service will start once the server has finished booting.
(source: philippursglove.com)
AppFabric Cache Cluster - Can't Start 2nd Host

AppFabric Cache Cluster - Can't Start 2nd Host


By : Jose Betances
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
SCM management of AppFabric Cache Cluster

SCM management of AppFabric Cache Cluster


By : Tralee FineWines
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . After trying both, the more successful option seems to be a combination of two factors. Management of the Cache Cluster (host information) is primarily an operations concern and is managed best by the operations team (i.e. those guys that read Server Fault). Since this information is stored in the configuration as well (and would require an XML file obtained from Export-CacheClusterConfig for each environment) it's best left to the operations team on how they want to manage it. Importing the wrong file (with the incorrect host information) has led to a number of issues.
So, we're left with PowerShell scripts. Here's a sample that I have. It could be cleaned up (check for Cache existence first) but you get the general idea. It's also much easier to store in source control (as it's just one file).
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New-Cache -CacheName CRMTickets -Eviction None -Expirable false -NotificationsEnabled true
New-Cache -CacheName ConsultantCache -Eviction Lru -Expirable true -TimeToLive 60
New-Cache -CacheName WorkitemCache -Eviction None -Expirable true -TimeToLive 60
AppFabric cache not clearing on cluster restart

AppFabric cache not clearing on cluster restart


By : Connors
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine As specified here :
How to clear MemSQL data cache without restart cluster?

How to clear MemSQL data cache without restart cluster?


By : Alexis Cherem
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further What sorts of data caching are you interested in clearing?
To help me understand what types of cache clearing you are interested in, which MySQL cache clearing commands were you trying to use?
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