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Practical Plone 3: A Beginner's Guide to Building Powerful Websites by Clayton Parker, Alex Clark

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Caches and cache control

Before diving into advanced configuration of CacheFu, let's briefly review the types of caches that we will be using, and the mechanisms that are available to control these caches.

For our purposes, there are roughly three types of caches: memory caches, proxy caches, and browser caches.

Memory caches are maintained directly by Zope within your server's memory. Zope stores all Plone content as objects within the Zope Object Database (ZODB), and maintains a cache of recently accessed objects in the memory. In general, these cached objects are just "raw" objects, before any processing or skinning is applied to them. A special type of Zope memory cache, called a RAMCache, can be used to cache processed and skinned content, ...

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