Cache Settings Object Import and Export

Use the cache settings object to manage static cache time to live, cache enablement, and page cache partitions.

Cache settings are often 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. The replace semantic deletes any partition definitions not included in the import.
Note: After import, the cache for all partitions is invalidated.
Object Information Details
Schema file cache-settings.xsd
Granularity Page cache partition configurations, static cache time to live value per instance, and whether the page cache is enabled per instance.
Business Manager import and export location site > Administration > Site Development > Site Import & Export
Pipelets N/A

This table describes cache-settings.xsd schema elements, and provides considerations when creating values for these elements.

Element Description Example
Settings Sets static cache time to live and page cache enablement flags.
    <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>
Page-Cache-Partitions Specifies the configuration of page cache partitions.
Note: You can specify a maximum of 10 pipelines.
    <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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