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How to Configure the Content Server's Caching Options (Doc ID 447144.1)

Last updated on MARCH 05, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version 7.5.1 to [Release Stellent to 10gR3]
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1. When search cache tracing is enabled, a "c#" will appear in the content server log, which means search query cache is being used.  If a search query  is cached, does it mean the next query that exactly matches the previous query string c# will be used?

2. When running load tests on the content server with lots of search queries. The content server cache has expiration time of 90 minutes. When the 2nd hour is hit with lots of search queries, the content server crashes and it gives an error message that states 'Content server is too busy to handle the request'. Is there a setting that will configure the search query cache to be refreshed, so it can handle the 2nd hour load with the help of its local cache or extend the query cache expiration time?


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