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  • 15. Re: How to avoid Cache misses?
    Cameron Purdy Journeyer
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    Unfortunately, the near cache does not (yet) cache misses. (The read/write backing map does, and we have a bug ID to add the same to the near cache, but it's not there yet.)

    The internal tracking ID is COH-105. I added a link to this discussion and voted it up one ;-)

    Peace,

    Cameron Purdy | Oracle Coherence
    http://coherence.oracle.com/
  • 16. Re: How to avoid Cache misses?
    660069 Newbie
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    Thanks for the reply Cameron.

    Any chance this might make it into 3.7? Or a 3.7 patch?

    Cheers
    Rich
  • 17. Re: How to avoid Cache misses?
    Cameron Purdy Journeyer
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    It won't be in the 3.7 release; we've already passed the cut-off date for new features in 3.7.

    I will try to escalate the priority internally. We're on a more frequent release schedule now (shooting for 2x each year), so hopefully this will make 3.8 if it doesn't show up earlier.

    Peace,

    Cameron Purdy | Oracle Coherence
    http://coherence.oracle.com/
  • 18. Re: How to avoid Cache misses?
    922866 Newbie
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    Hi,

    We're currently using Coherence 3.7.1.8 and we're running into the same situation here, we have some use cases that require heavy querying on (typically) non existent keys on a near cache. It would be very useful for us to have the ability of setting some cache-miss configuration to prevent them to go through the back cache.
    For the time being we worked around this query overflow on the distributed cache by setting up a runtime cache at the application level which is updated through listeners on the distributed cache (i.e. we're using it as a front cache at the application level), but we'd like to come up with a full solution when something like this is available. How is this internal bug going?

    Regards,
    Daniel Martinez
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