domenica 4 marzo 2012 09:40
I'm Trying to monitor who is creating regions and putting entries to my Appfabric cache, But as I noticed so far, there is no way of calling a cache region if I don't know it's name. Am I wrong?
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domenica 4 marzo 2012 14:16Moderatore
Windows Azure AppFabric Cache does not support regions at all. As for monitoring capabilities, it has some limited abilities (you can read about them here) I would recommend application logging to understand cache usage
martedì 6 marzo 2012 11:48
I'm using Microsoft.ApplicationServer.Caching
that has regions,
am I in the right forum?
martedì 6 marzo 2012 13:51Moderatore
The main question is where the cache is being hosted (both implementations use the same namespace). If it
is Azure cache, you do not have regions. If you are using the Windows Server
AppFabric cache, you can use this powershell cmdlet: get-cacheregion
mercoledì 7 marzo 2012 06:42
Is there a way to programatically loop though several cache names and get all of thier regions?
cmdlet only displays cache regions on the screen running in a different process (an only from withing the server)
I need an opportunity to get this data and process it and display it remotly
sabato 10 marzo 2012 20:40Moderatore
You might like to try looking in to this thread: