NCache 4.3 - Online Documentation

Configuring Caches

 
This section of the documentation discusses configuration options that NCache provides for local and clustered caches. It helps you configure cache through NCache Manager and configuration files.
 
    In This Section
 
Discusses how to create local and clustered caches.
 
Describes configuring local and clustered caches and their operations through NCache Manager.
 
This section explains how to configure basic cache settings.
 
This section discusses how to configure basic clustered cache settings.
 
      This section discusses how to configure query indexes for a cache.
 
This section describes how to register classes for compact serialization.
 
This section describes how to register classes for portable data sharing.
 
This section explains how to configure data source providers like read-through, write-through and write-behind.
 
This section explains how to configure cache start up loader through which a user can preload the cache with given data at the time of cache start-up.
This section describes how to configure cache level events for addition, update and removal of an item.
 
This section explains how to configure eviction policy for a cache.
 
This section explains how to configure data compression for a cache.
 
This section explains how to configure email notifications for events occurring in a cache.
 
This section explains how to bind a cluster, client/server or both (cluster and client/server) with dedicated IP addresses.
 
This section explains what is heart beat, the way to enable/disable it and its basic configuration settings.
 
This section explains the auto start cache at boot option and how to configure it.
 
This section explains what is nagling and how to configure its settings using service's config file.
 
This section explains the concept of dual sockets and how to enable/disable it.
 
This section explains how to enable/disable error logging and where these logs are generated.
 

 
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