####<07.02.2010 7.51 Uhr CET> <Debug> <RuntimeRouterCache> <yourMachine> <AdminServer> <[ACTIVE] ExecuteThread: '6' for queue: 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'> <> <BEA1-00274E42DC16902065C0> <> <1265525468953> <BEA-000000> <1 hits received: 0 hits to main cache, 0 hits to soft cache, 1 misses.>
In this example, the service call was not served from the cache. The message setup is:
[RuntimeRouterCache] XX hits received: YY hits to main cache, ZZ hits to soft cache, MM misses
* XX represents the number of times that the cache was accessed since the last log.
* YY represents the nummer of times (out of XX) that the cache contained the proxy service.
* ZZ represents the number of times (out of XX) that the cache contained the proxy service amongst those to be garbage collected (for example, the cache was able to reclaim the proxy service before the garbage collector did).
* MM represents the number of times (out of XX) that the cache did not contain the proxy service and had to recreate it.
Another question is, does a proxy service needs to be in the RuntimeRouterCache before it service the request and how long does it take before it put the proxy to the cache and service the request?