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Cache Page

Updated: November 5, 2009

Applies To: Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista

The Application Request Routing (ARR) Cache page displays the runtime statistics for ARR, including the health status and the percentage of the server that is being used. You can use these actions to configure disk cache settings and manage cache content.

 

Element Name Description

Drive Location

Displays the physical address of a drive used for caching.

Priority

Displays the order in which the drive is used when ARR searches for cached content, which can be either Primary or Secondary. You can have multiple Primary disk cache locations but only one Secondary disk cache location.

Health Status

Displays the status of a drive, which can be either Healthy or Unhealthy.

Maximum Size (GB)

Displays the maximum size in GB that a drive is allocated for cached content.

Utilization (%)

Displays the percentage of a drive that is being used to cache content.

 

Element Name Description

Cache Configuration

Opens the Cache Configuration page and lets you configure proxy cache settings for your ARR server.

Cache Control Rules

Opens the Cache Control Rules page and lets you configure rules to manage the cache control behavior.

Add Drive

Opens the Add Drive dialog box, and lets you add a new disk cache location and specify the maximum size allotted for cached content. You can add multiple primary disk cache locations.

Add Secondary Drive

Opens the Add Secondary Drive dialog box and lets you add a secondary disk cache location. You can add only one secondary disk cache location.

Edit

Opens the Edit Drive dialog box and lets you modify the selected drive location and size.

Remove

Deletes the selected drive.

Set Drive as Healthy

Sets the selected drive status as Healthy, which indicates that the drive can be used to cache content.

Set Drive as Unhealthy

Sets the selected drive status as Unhealthy, which indicates that the drive cannot be used to cache content.

Delete Specific Cached Objects

Opens the Delete Specific Cached Objects dialog box and lets you enter the URL address where you want to delete specific cached objects.

Delete All Cached Objects

Deletes all cached objects in the primary cache drives. This action will not delete cached objects in the secondary cache drive.

Pre-cache Objects

Opens the Pre-cache Objects dialog box and lets you specify the location of the content that you want to pre-cache.

Server Proxy Settings

Opens the Application Request Routing page and lets you configure the proxy settings for your ARR server.

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