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Thread: How long does Mondrian keep the cache in memory

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    Default How long does Mondrian keep the cache in memory

    Hi,

    I understand Mondrian does not keep the cache in memory forever, thus can someone advise where and how to set the period of cached result storing in memory.

    I know this is simple question but I couldn't find the answer somewhere.

    Thank you so much.
    Last edited by richardgear; 01-25-2013 at 03:19 AM.

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    Mondrian doesn't let you define the TTL of cached elements. The JVM's garbage collector maintains this for us.

    If you are thinking about "cell" cache (as opposed to members caches) you can implement your own caching strategy by implementing SegmentCache.
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