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Definition of "caching" []

  • Present participle of cache. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "caching" in a sentence
  • "“Content caching is done on the fly, doesn’t interfere with the service (actually improves it), doesn’t examine the data packets (just caches them), and the content is dumped as soon as it’s no longer required by the USER (no retention when done).”"
  • "Distributed caching is critical to web site success because objects housed in-memory require far less time to load than do objects stored in a database."
  • "Markus has given so many clues if you closely read all the comments and his interviews that these types of high traffic sites cannot run unless caching is turned on."