Cache Settings Object Import/Export

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Cache settings are usually replicated instead of imported, because a full page cache invalidation must occur before they take effect. The cache settings import always uses a replace semantic. This means that any partition definitions not included in the import are deleted.
Note: After import, the cache for all partitions is invalidated.

Granularity: page cache partition configurations, static cache time to live value per instance, and whether the page cache is enabled per instance.

Administration > Site Development > Site Import & Export

Pipelets

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Schema Elements

This section describes the elements in the cache-settings.xsd and considerations when creating values for them

Element: Settings

The settings element sets the static cache time to live and page cache enablement flag. For example:
    <settings>
        <development>
            <static-cache-ttl>86400</static-cache-ttl>
            <page-cache-enabled>true</page-cache-enabled>
        </development>
        <staging>
            <static-cache-ttl>0</static-cache-ttl>
            <page-cache-enabled>false</page-cache-enabled>
        </staging>
        <production>
            <static-cache-ttl>86400</static-cache-ttl>
            <page-cache-enabled>true</page-cache-enabled>
        </production>
    </settings>

Element: Page-Cache-Partitions

The page-cache-partitions element specifies the configuration of page cache partitions. A maximum of 10 pipelines can be specified. For example:
    <page-cache-partitions>
        <page-cache-partition partition-id="partition0">
            <name>partition0</name>
            <pipelines>
                <pipeline>Account-Show</pipeline>
                <pipeline>TestPipeline-Start</pipeline>
                <pipeline>Pipeline3-Start</pipeline>
                <pipeline>Pipeline4-Start</pipeline>
                <pipeline>Pipeline5-Start</pipeline>
                <pipeline>Pipeline6-Start</pipeline>
                <pipeline>Pipeline7-Start</pipeline>
                <pipeline>Pipeline8-Start</pipeline>
                <pipeline>Pipeline9-Start</pipeline>
                <pipeline>Pipeline10-Start</pipeline>
            </pipelines>
        </page-cache-partition>
    </page-cache-partitions>
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