Author:Brendon Upson
Email:bupson at wnc.net.au
Subject:In-memory
Category:Web Booster
Message:it is an in memory cache. The size you make it is really dependant on the type of apps that are being boosted. If you have a huge number of really personally customised, dynamic pages then make it small, otherwise as big as you can. Try the booster console commands 'tell booster help' to give you an idea of the hit ratios etc, then tune it from there.

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WebBooster Cache on disk or in-memory ?   Andrew Tetlaw 23.Jun.05
    In-memory   Brendon Upson 23.Jun.05