Now I am using ehcache with my Jboss Application Server.
Ehcache is a widely used java distributed cache for general purpose caching, Java EE and light-weight containers.
Now ehcache is configured for RAM storage and all cached data is stored in RAM. Data that I am trying to cache is very big and some times I have speed problems.
I tried to use standard JbossCache, because I think that would give me more speed.
I read the JbossCache docs and understood that it has no option for storing data in RAM.
May I use JbossCache with RAM storage?
If I did wrong choice, what would you recommend to use?
Thank you very much.
JBoss Cache, by default, stores stuff in memory (RAM). You can (optionally) configure it to also back up state to disk or some other form of persistent storage (see section on Cache Loaders in the User Guide).