On 19/08/2008, at 11:06 AM, John Caruso wrote:
That'd be an improvement over the current situation, but it's still the case that AOLserver as currently shipped has a file cache mechanism built into it which 1) may return incorrect data and 2) is enabled by default. Given the risk, I'd say fastpath caching should be disabled by default rather than enabled.
if someone's application is at risk of triggering this behaviour, that'd just delays any problem until their load is high enough that they need to turn on fastpath - and surely that's an even worse scenario.
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