Install NCache for .NET Core
The minimum required .NET Core version is 3.1.
NCache provides the following deployment configuration of NCache as follows:
2 or More Cache Servers
This installs both server and client portion of NCache software. You must install this on 2 or more servers for reliability. These can be dedicated servers or your web/app servers. For 3 or more web/app server environments, we recommend a dedicated caching tier. In this case, we recommend a 4:1 or 5:1 ratio between web/app servers and cache servers.
If you’re installing NCache server on your web/app servers, then make sure you have sufficient memory and CPU power available for both your application and NCache.
This installs the remote client libraries. Install this on all your web/app servers from where you want to remotely access the cache servers. Do not install it on cache servers.
Please refer to the Installation Guide for more detail on Installation.
What has been Installed?
Once you have installed NCache Enterprise, the following components are installed in the directory specified at the time of installation. This directory will either be the default directory
/opt/ncache/ or the custom directory specified.
After installation, you will find the following files in this directory:
Contains service folder, Activation folder and tools folder for NCache licensing and NCache PowerShell module.
Configuration files are provided to configure and run NCache for Linux. These include config.ncconf and client.ncconf.
Contains the documentation for getting started with NCache.
Contains assemblies to refer to when developing with NCache.
Contains executables to be used with NCache.
This folder will contain client/server logs.