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how to run kRunCacheManager.sh only for a set of requests, projects?

how to run kRunCacheManager.sh only for a set of requests, projects?

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Re: how to run kRunCacheManager.sh only for a set of requests, projects?

Hi PPM_Dynamic_use,

 

You can run sh kRunCacheManager.sh on command line to see all options

I can see we can flush some kind of cache like requests, request type, validation name, portlet, so on.

 

sh ./kRunCacheManager.sh


Select the number for the corresponding entity cache (request types,
validations, and so on) that you want to flush. Running this script on any one
node clears out the cache on all nodes. You can script this to run after your
database changes have been committed.

 

Also, i attached for you screenshot show all options for this script.

 

 

Hope this helps.

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Re: how to run kRunCacheManager.sh only for a set of requests, projects?

Hi,

 

It's currently not possible to flush a specific entity with kRunCacheManager.sh as of PPM 9.30. You can eventually use the undocumented ksc_flush_cache special command (runnable from a workflow step), but it will only work for a subset of the caches (the ones listed in the first cache-related report in the Workbench's admin tools).

 

The good news is that in the next version of PPM, it should be possible to pass the ID of an entity as a parameter of kRunCacheManager.sh to only flush this entity (and all caches will be flushable from ksc_flush_cache if you prefer to do that from a special command).

 

Thanks,

Etienne.

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