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Page: Eviction (Infinispan 6.0)
Infinispan supports eviction of entries, such that you do not run out of memory.  Eviction is typically used in conjunction with a cache store, so that entries are not permanently lost when evicted, since eviction only removes entries from memory and not from ...
Other labels: configuration, out_of_memory
Page: Eviction (Infinispan 5.2)
Infinispan supports eviction of entries, such that you do not run out of memory.  Eviction is typically used in conjunction with a cache store, so that entries are not permanently lost when evicted, since eviction only removes entries from memory and not from ...
Other labels: configuration, out_of_memory
Page: Eviction (Infinispan 5.3)
Infinispan supports eviction of entries, such that you do not run out of memory.  Eviction is typically used in conjunction with a cache store, so that entries are not permanently lost when evicted, since eviction only removes entries from memory and not from ...
Other labels: configuration, out_of_memory
Page: Eviction (Infinispan 5.1)
Infinispan supports eviction of entries, such that you do not run out of memory.  Eviction is typically used in conjunction with a cache store, so that entries are not permanently lost when evicted, since eviction only removes entries from memory and not from ...
Other labels: configuration, out_of_memory
Page: Eviction (Infinispan 5.0)
Infinispan supports eviction of entries, such that you do not run out of memory.  Eviction is typically used in conjunction with a cache store, so that entries are not permanently lost when evicted, since eviction only removes entries from memory and not from cache ...
Other labels: configuration, out_of_memory
Page: Eviction Examples (Infinispan 5.1)
Introduction # Expiration is a toplevel construct, represented in the configuration as well as in the cache API.  More on this later. # While eviction is local to each cache instance , expiration is clusterwide .  Expiration lifespans and maxIdle values are replicated along with the cache entry. # Expiration ...
Other labels: expiration, grid
Page: Eviction Examples (Infinispan 5.2)
Introduction # Expiration is a toplevel construct, represented in the configuration as well as in the cache API.  More on this later. # While eviction is local to each cache instance , expiration is clusterwide .  Expiration lifespans and maxIdle values are replicated along with the cache entry. # Expiration ...
Other labels: expiration, grid
Page: Eviction Examples (Infinispan 6.0)
Introduction # Expiration is a toplevel construct, represented in the configuration as well as in the cache API.  More on this later. # While eviction is local to each cache instance , expiration is clusterwide .  Expiration lifespans and maxIdle values are replicated along with the cache entry. # Expiration ...
Other labels: expiration, grid
Page: Eviction Examples (Infinispan 5.3)
Introduction # Expiration is a toplevel construct, represented in the configuration as well as in the cache API.  More on this later. # While eviction is local to each cache instance , expiration is clusterwide .  Expiration lifespans and maxIdle values are replicated along with the cache entry. # Expiration ...
Other labels: expiration, grid
Page: Eviction Examples (Infinispan 5.0)
Introduction # Expiration is a toplevel construct, represented in the configuration as well as in the cache API.  More on this later. # While eviction is local to each cache instance , expiration is clusterwide .  Expiration lifespans and maxIdle values are replicated along with the cache entry. # Expiration {{lifespan}} and {{maxIdle ...
Other labels: expiration, grid