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  1. David
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    23 Jun 2014
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    We have our content for our homepage to cache for only 2 mins. However after changing the content, it's taking the application pool recycle before the page is updated on the front end.  Why would it require the recycle to refresh the cache?  We have a IIS Webfarm with a common database
  2. Ivan D. Dimitrov
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    24 Jun 2014
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    Hello David,

    Sitefintiy's cache settings are a simple configuration setting exposed in the backend under the Administration->Settings->Advanced node as described in our Documentation.

    As is the case with all configuration changes, your application needs to restart in order for them to take place. This is the reason why you need an app pool recycle in order for the backend changes to take effect.

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    Ivan D. Dimitrov
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  3. David
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    24 Jun 2014 in reply to Ivan D. Dimitrov
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    The issue is not the update of the cache settings.  The issue is that our home page content is not updating until the application pool is recycled.  Even if our cache is set to 120 seconds.  Why would the app pool need to be recycled for our content on the page to update?
  4. Ivan D. Dimitrov
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    Hi David,

    This is a completely different issue. It is due to the way your webfarm is configured. Apparently there is a problem with the syncronization of the different server nodes. Our default implementation on the matter involves the use of our Load Balanced module and is described in our Documentation.

    Since I cannot see if you have the Load Balanced add on from your account information I can suggest you investigate the same topic regarding the setup your solution uses.  

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    Ivan D. Dimitrov
    Telerik
     
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