CACHE

Description

You can use the CACHE commands to make use of the RAM Cache feature of the BIG-IP system.
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Command List

  • CACHE::accept_encoding - Overrides the accept_encoding value used by the cache to store the cached content.
  • CACHE::age - Returns the age of the document in the cache.
  • CACHE::disable - Disables the caching for this request.
  • CACHE::enable - Forces the document to be cached.
  • CACHE::expire - Forces the document to be revalidated from the server.
  • CACHE::header - Get the content of an Header related to an object stored in the RamCache.
  • CACHE::headers - Returns the HTTP headers of the cache response.
  • CACHE::hits - Returns the document cache hits.
  • CACHE::payload - Returns the HTTP payload of the cache response.
  • CACHE::priority - Adds a priority to cached documents.
  • CACHE::trace - Dump the list of cached objects for a HTTP profile where RAM cache is enabled.
  • CACHE::uri - Overrides the URI value used by the cache to store the cached content.
  • CACHE::useragent - Overrides the useragent value used by the cache to reference the cached content.
  • CACHE::userkey - Allows users to add user-defined values to the key used by the cache to reference the cached content.

Associated Events

  • CACHE_REQUEST - Triggered when the system receives a request for a cached object.
  • CACHE_RESPONSE - Triggered immediately prior to sending a cache response.
  • CACHE_UPDATE - In Progress - Add Summary Here