[TYPO3-english] no_cache vs clear_cache

Michael Stucki michael at typo3.org
Thu May 7 23:49:44 CEST 2009

I'm afraid this does not work. There is no logic in the cache about 
which records are included for a page.

But the idea sounds good and I think that with the use of such an index, 
it should be doable.

- michael

Vahan Amirbekyan schrieb:
> Michael,
> "cache is always cleared" is not what I want. If the same page has 1000 
> cache records in the cache_page table I do not want all 1000 records be 
> deleted. I want the records that shows the record just changed be 
> deleted only.
> Michael Stucki wrote:
>> Vahan Amirbekyan schrieb:
>>> Hi,
>>> no_cache GET param is well known, it makes typo3 to build pages from 
>>> scratch by ignoring any cache.
>>> What about clear_cache option, is there such? a get parameter that 
>>> would  re-cache pages for given cHash (exactly what Shift-Reload does 
>>> now).
>>> this looks very useful when user make a change to a page that should 
>>> reflected instantly.
>> When content is changed on a page (or any type of records) the cache 
>> is always cleared automatically.
>> So there is no need for such an option.
>> - michael

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