[jboss-user] [JBoss Cache: Core Edition] - Re: Config Question
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Tue Jul 15 06:29:41 EDT 2008
Sorry for the slow response re: your eviction questions.
The thing with the expiration policy is that it needs the expiration keys to consider nodes for removal - which includes your "structural" nodes like /root/a/b/c.
Now if a node is considered for eviction and the node has children (e.g., /root/a/b is considered for eviction) it will not be removed, but instead it will be "emptied" of any data it may possess, freeing up memory.
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