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Caching Application Block Performance Counters

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Table 1 describes the Caching Application Block performance counters.

Table 1: Caching Application Block Performance Counters

Performance Counter

Description

Cache Expiries/sec

The rate at which items were expired from the cache.

Cache Hit Ratio

The ratio of cache hits to reads. A cache hit occurs when the cache has the requested item.

Cache Hits/sec

The rate at which the cache received requests for items it contained.

Cache Misses/sec

The rate at which the cache received requests for items it did not have.

Cache Scavenged Items/sec

The rate at which items were scavenged from the cache.

Total Cache Entries

The total number of items in the cache.

Total # of Cache Access Attempts

The total number of reads from the cache.

Updated Entries/sec

The rate at which items in the cache were updated. An update can be either an add or a remove.

A rate counter samples an increasing count of events over time and divides the values by the change in time to display a rate of activity. For more information about performance counters, see PerformanceCounterType Enumeration in the .NET Framework Class Library on MSDN.

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