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Cache Clearing after content deployment

  Asked By: Hiral    Date: Sep 28    Category: MOSS    Views: 1219

I need help with a particular scenario. My customer has a MOSS farm with
5 WFEs (load balanced). Of course, it is known that all these point to the
same content database. Now content will be deployed from Authoring to
Production through Content Deployment APIs (SPExport, SPImport and so on).
Once the content is deployed, we have to clear the cache on all the servers
for the particular web application and that only for the deployed content.
For example, if home.aspx for a site www.abc.com was deployed into
Production, then we have to clear the cache only for home.aspx of
www.abc.com on all the WFEs. Is there any way to do this through custom
code? I googled a lot, but couldn't find any solution. Can anyone point me
in the right direction please? It's urgent and I am running short of ideas.
Please help.

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Answer #1    Answered By: Jocelyn Shelton     Answered On: Sep 28

I need help with a particular scenario. My customer has a MOSS farm with
5 WFEs (load balanced). Of course, it is known that all these point to the
same content database. Now content will be deployed from Authoring to
Production through Content Deployment APIs (SPExport, SPImport and so on).
Once the content is deployed, we have to clear the cache on all the servers
for the particular web application and that only for the deployed content.
For example, if home.aspx for a site www.abc.com was deployed into
Production, then we have to clear the cache only for home.aspx of
www.abc.com on all the WFEs. Is there any way to do this through custom
code? I googled a lot, but couldn't find any solution. Can anyone point me
in the right direction please? It's urgent and I am running short of ideas.
Please help.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Joey Soto     Answered On: Sep 28

Any help for this???????????????????????????

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Gerard Randall     Answered On: Sep 28

I haven't heard from anyone, yet. Please help...........

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Audra Mccormick     Answered On: Sep 28

I assume you haven't heard because there either isn't a way to do it or no
one knows how. Besides, if your cache is configured correctly it shouldn't
be necessary. New content should automatically invalidate the cache and
refresh it the next time some ask for content.

 
Answer #5    Answered By: Christina Lewis     Answered On: Sep 28

Will the new content invalidate the BLOB and Object cache as
well? Also, is there a way to clear the BLOB, Object and Output cache of
only the deployed content and not the entire contents and that too, on all
the load balanced servers in the farm? I am not sure whether the new content
will invalidate the cache, as the output caching is a custom implementation.
It would be really helpful, if you could kindly provide more insight into
this and also point me to some code samples or links, if you have.

 
Answer #6    Answered By: Meaghan Webster     Answered On: Sep 28

It seems clear that there is no help, Ven. This is a strange edge scenario. Let
us know when you find the answer. Have you tried rebooting?

 
Answer #7    Answered By: Sunny Delacruz     Answered On: Sep 28

I have also not found a good solution. I cannot afford to
reboot, as its a production server and also, the cache clearing needs to be
automated.

 
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