Invalidating space

It’s susceptible to consistency issues and without a proper memory management control mechanism, it can easily grow quite large. The host stack can specify a timer granularity of 10, 100, or 1000 ticks per second.

The following elements are the entity identifiers that were returned by this query.Standard Query Cache; timestamp=5872035200364544 Ehcache General Data Region - key: sql: select querycache0_as id1_1_, querycache0_.author_id as author_i4_1_, querycache0_.created_on as created_2_1_, querycache0_as name3_1_ from Post querycache0_ order by querycache0_.created_on desc; parameters: ; named parameters: ; max rows: 10; transformer: org.hibernate.transform.Cacheable Result [email protected] value: [5872035200364544, 1] Jdbc Transaction - committed JDBC Connection Update Timestamps Cache - Invalidating space [Post], timestamp: 5872035200372736 Ehcache General Data Region - key: Post value: 5872035200372736 Update Timestamps Cache - Invalidating space [Author], timestamp: 5872035200372736 Ehcache General Data Region - key: Author value: 5872035200372736 table was modified.Cacheable Result [email protected] value: [5872026465492992, 1] Jdbc Transaction - committed JDBC Connection ------------------------------------------------------------ Query Cache Test - Check get entity is cached Jdbc Transaction - committed JDBC Connection ------------------------------------------------------------ Query Cache Test - Check query is cached Standard Query Cache - Checking cached query results in region: org.hibernate.cache.internal.Standard Query Cache Standard Query Cache - Checking query spaces are up-to-date: [Post] Ehcache General Data Region - key: Post Update Timestamps Cache - [Post] last update timestamp: 5872026465406976, result set timestamp: 5872026465492992 Standard Query Cache - Returning cached query results Jdbc Transaction - committed JDBC Connection Ehcache General Data Region - key: sql: select querycache0_as id1_1_, querycache0_.author_id as author_i4_1_, querycache0_.created_on as created_2_1_, querycache0_as name3_1_ from Post querycache0_ inner join Author querycache1_ on querycache0_.author_id=querycache1_where querycache1_.id=?

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