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06/01/2016 08:52:30 PM (3 years ago)
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  • Ticket #36906, comment 11

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    11>  It's likely that there are many places where we don't bother invalidating because the cache only lasts for the page load.
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    3 Exactly. Back when, the comment (and counts) groups didn't have the invalidation needed to allow them to persist beyond a page load. We made do with using non-persistent cache to reduce duplicate queries. I don't recall exactly what invalidation what was missing. Lots of changes (with which I'm out of touch) have happened since, so maybe this is ready to become persistent.
     3Exactly. Back when, the comment (and counts) groups didn't have the invalidation needed to allow them to persist beyond a page load. We made do with using non-persistent cache to reduce duplicate queries. I don't recall exactly what invalidation was missing. Lots of changes (with which I'm out of touch) have happened since, so maybe this is ready to become persistent.