6 responses to “rails caching with redis – invalidation done right”

  1. high performance rails caching with redis and nginx | over9000 blog

    […] i have written a second article regarding far better invalidation, you should check it out […]

  2. rapimo

    but what about the deployment?
    After you do some cap deploy you never know which urls do invalidate?
    And if you do deployment right your release cycle time is probably less then you cache lifetime
    And your users never get the benefit of your cache.

  3. periodic cache regeneration with rails redis and a spider | over9000 blog

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  4. Alan

    So we’re evaluating usng nginx as a reverse proxy cache, nginx with a redis as reverse proxy cache and varnish sitting behind nginx.

    I’m very curious to see if you looked into using varnish and why you ended up going with this method. I’ve thus far been unable to find someone doing a comparison of nginx reverse proxy cache with redis vs varnish.

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