[thesite] Caching

Michele Foster michele at wordpro.on.ca
Sat Feb 2 13:11:00 CST 2002


----- Original Message -----
From: ".jeff" <jeff at members.evolt.org>

I understand your points .. and I respect your reasons for adding this ...
however ... can we at least trigger a re-cache for articles .. from
pending/approved status .. so that then the articles appear right away?  I
really think we're doing a dis-service by sending out article notices, yet
the articles don't appear right away.


Am I misunderstanding .. and is the cache done for each person independently
.. i.e. if I wasn't on the site when an article was approved .. received a
notice in my box that it had been, went to the site, I'd get an up to date
version of the page?  Is it more noticeable for those of us that hang out at
the site most of the time <g> .. that we're seeing the caching but in
reality others probably aren't ?




| ><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><
| > But, yeah, that query caching is rather annoying. I'm
| > suprised there's no way to "uncache" the query when a
| > change is made.
| ><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><
| there are ways.  it simply requires combing through the code for each
| process that runs that changes information that's displayed on the front
| page and blasting the cached query out of memory so it runs from the
| database and not from memory.  the solution is definitely doable, but time
| consuming.
| .jeff

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