3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 5, 2004 8:29 PM by Bela Ban

    Cache persistence

    Frank Wang Newbie

      Can anyone confirm that JBossCache persists its cache on disk? It would be extremely useful during application restart; otherwise a separate cache server has to be used.

      Regards
      FW

        • 1. Re: Cache persistence
          Bela Ban Master

          No, it does not yet. I'm working on the CacheLoader (see org.jboss.cache.loader.* package), but it is not yet finished.
          CacheLoader will be part of the 1.1 release.
          Bela

          • 2. Re: Cache persistence
            Frank Wang Newbie

            Bela,

            Thank you for the quick reply. The cache persistence on disk is very important for a real production application. I'm currently using OScache in my production env with about 2m hits a day. It would be interesting to see how fast the JBossCache performs as a distributed cache, but I need persistence on disk first.

            1) Do u know the rough time frame for the version 1.1 JBossCache with disk persistence?
            2) What about the JSR 107 JCache API? eg. CacheAcess APIs. Any plans for move into the JSP107 API?

            Rds
            Frank



            • 3. Re: Cache persistence
              Bela Ban Master

               

              "frank3wang" wrote:


              1) Do u know the rough time frame for the version 1.1 JBossCache with disk persistence?


              Depends on my (and Ben's) work load. I would like to release 1.1 before JavaOne (end of June).



              2) What about the JSR 107 JCache API? eg. CacheAcess APIs. Any plans for move into the JSP107 API?


              JCache is not yet out. As soon as it (the spec) is final, we will implement it. It is not on top of my list though, we have other more important stuff to do first.

              Bela