This documentation describes product concepts and provides complete setup. Introduction to Cache Management. The cache provides in-memory storage. Pivotal GemFire User’s Guide provides step-by-step procedures for installation, .
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Pivotal GemFire® 9.7 Documentation
For more information on the cache. You organize your data in the cache into data regionseach with its own configurable behavior.
The cache also provides features like transactions, data querying, disk storage management, and logging. GemFire loads and processes your XML declarations when you first create the cache. See the Javadocs for org.
The steps in this section use gemfire. You generally configure caches using the gfsh command-line utility or a combination of XML declarations and API calls. The XML examples may not include the full cache.
Introduction to Cache Management | Pivotal GemFire Docs
The cache server process automatically creates its server documehtation at startup. From that point on, you manage the cache through API calls in your application. Doc Index Pivotal GemFire 9. You can configure your cluster properties and cache through the API as well, and you can use a combination of file configuration and API configuration.
Follow the instructions in the subtopics under Cache Management to customize your cache creation and closure for your application needs. You can use gfsh commands to mange a server cache.
For example, to create a client cache in a system with security, you would follow the instructions for creating and closing a documenttation cache and for creating and closing a cache in a secure system. There are gfsh commands to create regions, start servers, and to create queues and other objects.
GemFire has one cache type for managing server and peer caches and one for managing client caches. For more details on exporting and importing snapshots of a gdmfire, see Cache and Region Snapshots.
See Overview of the Cluster Configuration Service. The schema definition file is available at http: As you issue these commands, the Cluster Configuration Service saves cache.
To aid ggemfire the administration of cache data and speed the setup of new environments, you can export a snapshot of the entire cache all regions and then import the snapshot into a new cache.
You may need to combine more than one of the sets of instructions. All of your declarative cache configuration must conform to the cache XSD at http: