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Cache enhancements in Symfony 3.1 and 3.2: PSR-6 and tag invalidation

It's been said that there are only two hard things in Computer Science: cache invalidation and naming things. It seems that this statement from Phil Karlton continues to be true. Naming things is as close as code can be to poetry, so I'll leave that for the philosophers to discuss.

Invalidating items from cache is much more clear-cut problem to define. The more efficient and easy the solution, the better. Symfony3 already has some improvements for that, with more coming in the near future.

Written by Jani Tarvainen on Wednesday June 22, 2016
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eZ Platform Multisite & Multiple Repository Configuration

eZ Platform can run with configurations that have multiple separate content repositories. For the most part creating new repositories and sites is self documenting. There is gotcha with setting persistence caching for multiple repositories. This leads to random fatal errors as stash persistence …

Written by Jani Tarvainen on Friday October 16, 2015
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