Last post Jun 22, 2011 09:34 AM by skidmow
May 18, 2011 08:49 AM|ramnalawade1986|LINK
Does all cache will be reset, if user reset the IIS.
1) File Cache
2) Time Cache etc....
May 18, 2011 10:19 AM|smirnov|LINK
Yes, by default iisreset stops and restart the Windows Process Activation Service (WAS), and the World Wide Web Publishing Service (WWW Service).
Don't forget that there is /REBOOT option that can be used to reboot the entire server.
May 18, 2011 10:22 AM|ajaypathak|LINK
As per my understanding, it will clear the
May 20, 2011 03:51 AM|sirdneo|LINK
When you perform IISReset, all the elements stored in cache are destroyed. Also if you want to remove all elements from cache, you can do it without IISRest as mentioend here:-
May 20, 2011 07:03 AM|GPankaj|LINK
When you do an IISReset the IIS cache will be cleared. It will start building the cache again based on requests. If a file is modified then it will be replaced with the new file.
IISReset will clear the IIS cache but it won't do anything with local caches in proxies or clients. If a client requests something and it's found in the client cache then it'll get served from the cache. You'll need to force content expiration on your files.
May 20, 2011 07:28 AM|rahulostwal|LINK
Jun 22, 2011 09:34 AM|skidmow|LINK
What about if the application pool for a website recycles, due to idle timeout for example?
Will the cache for that application be cleared or will it remain?
For instance I have set a httpcontext.current.cache value to expire in 12 hours, but the application pool will recycle after 20 minutes of inactivity. Would the recycling clear the cache?