cache empties itself?
Michael S. Fischer
michael at dynamine.net
Fri Apr 4 23:04:41 CEST 2008
On Fri, Apr 4, 2008 at 11:05 AM, Ricardo Newbery <ric at digitalmarbles.com> wrote:
> Again, "static" content isn't only the stuff that is served from
> filesystems in the classic static web server scenario. There are plenty of
> "dynamic" applications that process content from database -- applying skins
> and compositing multiple elements into a single page while filtering every
> element or otherwise applying special processing based on a user's access
> privileges. An example of this is a dynamic content management system like
> Plone or Drupal. In many cases, these "dynamic" responses are fairly
> "static" for some period of time but there is still a definite performance
> hit, especially under load.
If that's truly the case, then your CMS should be caching the output locally.
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