RTC: AppFabric – Expiration and Eviction

Progress on the Real-Time Cube (RTC) leveraging Windows AppFabric Caching is going well. I should have more to say on this in the next few days. If you are using AppFabric, it’s worth reading the “Expiration and Eviction” documentation, otherwise you may find your objects disappearing 🙂 Here are the defaults I have for the RTC:

PS C:\Windows\system32> Get-CacheConfig

cmdlet Get-CacheConfig at command pipeline position 1
Supply values for the following parameters:
CacheName: default

CacheName : default
TimeToLive : 10 mins
CacheType : Partitioned
Secondaries : 0
IsExpirable : True
EvictionType : LRU
NotificationsEnabled : True

You can easily spot the obvious issues with the above 🙂 – TTL will cause problems

Finally, anyone got an idea of when AppFabric will RC? Beta 2 has been out for some time now.


~ by mdavey on April 16, 2010.

2 Responses to “RTC: AppFabric – Expiration and Eviction”

  1. june this year….

  2. There is an update for the SDK


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