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  • adj. Alternative spelling of cacheable.


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cache +‎ -able


  • If you click on the stats cache you can see the difference between a first time view and a view with things that have been cached, this is pretty interesting and may give you some insight into trying to get more static files cachable.

    GeekFindr: YSlow, find out what’s slowing down your site : #comments

  • This response is cachable unless indicated otherwise.

    Scripting News for 8/21/2006 « Scripting News Annex

  • There's a lot of confusion about this issue, but the takeaway is that it is indeed very possible to make sure that your content transmitted over SSL is cachable by end users.

    Ars Technica

  • A changeset dump on a schedule is a lot better resource usage wise than general requests by end users - for one you can schedule the changesets for lull periods in backbone usages, and the same data doesn't need to be transmitted multiple times (while multiple requests by end users may not be cachable), plus you can always pause the changeset transfer if backbone usage picks up.


  • Qcache_not_cached 2,107 k The number of non-cached queries (not cachable, or not cached due to the query_cache_type setting).

  • Programmers can register template functions as cacheable or non-cachable, group cached pages into logical units for easier management, etc.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • Enhanced with having data cachable on a device, with a timeout on re-authentication so one can work on a document on a plane, for instance, or anywhere 24×7 access to corporate authentication isn’t available.

    Wanted: One Mobile Device, for a 24/7 Life

  • "stolen pictures" also appears in google reader, w hat's worse is that it is cachable by the browser.

    Planet Debian


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