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Sitefinity Caching Question / Issue

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  1. Greg
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    08 Aug 2012
    05 May 2017
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    Hello -

    We seem to be having an issue with caching following upgrading from 7.x to 9.1. When we change content via Sitefinity admin, for example removing an image slider, the site will retain the slider for a period of time before it gets removed. Ideally, when changes are made to content they get reflected on the site immediately.

    I've tried disabling both output and client cache, and it didn't seem to make a difference. Note - I didn't restart the website/app pool following this change and maybe that makes a difference.

    Can someone help me understand SF caching and see if how we've configured it is incorrect? I've attached some screens  showing the existing settings.

    Thanks!

    Greg

  2. Victor Leontyev
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    06 May 2017 in reply to Greg
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    Hi Greg,

    do you have load balancer? Is it configured properly?

  3. Greg
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    08 May 2017 in reply to Victor Leontyev
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    Hi Victor -

    No load balancer in place; just a single server.

    Thanks,

    Greg

  4. Victor Leontyev
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    Are you using your own custom widget?

    Can you please check, if your widget has correct cache dependencies: http://docs.sitefinity.com/for-developers-implement-cache-dependencies

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