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We have several cases where files need to be cached. These include at least: files that have been decompressed and responses from the web that can be cached using the HTTP/1.1 rules. We need for the caching to be both thread safe and multi-process safe. That is, the cache needs to be shared between processes that do not, otherwise, synchronize their operation.
  
 
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Revision as of 19:51, 21 March 2012

1 Problem

We have several cases where files need to be cached. These include at least: files that have been decompressed and responses from the web that can be cached using the HTTP/1.1 rules. We need for the caching to be both thread safe and multi-process safe. That is, the cache needs to be shared between processes that do not, otherwise, synchronize their operation.

2 Background

3 Proposed solution