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Jas Singh
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Big Hallo to all ranchers,
I am in a bit of dilemma and would like to ask whats the best way of cache Management for dynamic web pages which are updated every few minutes/hours e.g. news portal like BBC?
We are running few user facing eShops and have experienced slow performance with concurrent users. Earlier, we have had tried all sort of Apache and App-level cache and then build our own logic to cache the data at App Level, and we had wonderfull response but I am still looking for some best solutions.

Architecture:
Load Balancer
/ | \ \
Apache-1 Apache-2 Apache-3 Apache-3Static content
\ | |
App-Server-1 App-Server-2
| | !
DB-1 DB-2 DB-bkup

I might not have given full inforamtion so if you have some queries please feel free to post here.
All advices and queries appreciated.
[ August 01, 2006: Message edited by: Jas Saggu ]
 
fred rosenberger
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Jas S,

perhaps you missed our naming policy on the way in. Basically, we require a real sounding first AND last name, separated by a space. please go here and update your profile.

Note that this is you SECOND warning.

Thanks, and see you 'round the Ranch!!!
 
Marc Peabody
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This question isn't related to the SCWCD exam, so we're moving it...
 
William Brogden
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Im not sure if I understand your problem, but anyway - WhirlyCache is a fast in-memory all Java object cache which might help.

Bill
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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