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cfcache template cf10 issue. When I use it thousands ( 15000) of threads remains in process coldfusion.exe until server crash.

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Hi,

Using cfcache to cache templates for a short period of time, the number of threads in coldfusion.exe process increase unexpectedly. Moreover, these threads remains in process (view resource monitor). We don't know why. Maybe an xml config file of CF10 take control of these threads?

When I use this code:

<cflock name="prodDetail#URL.ID#" type="exclusive" timeout="10000">

<cfcache timespan="#createTimeSpan(0,0,0,30)#" key="prodDetail#code#" id="prodDetail#code#" name="prodDetail#code#">

....

....

</cfcache>

</cflock>

Thanks in advance.

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cfcache template cf10 issue. When I use it thousands ( 15000) of threads remains in process coldfusion.exe until server crash.

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Hi,

Using cfcache to cache templates for a short period of time, the number of threads in coldfusion.exe process increase unexpectedly. Moreover, these threads remains in process (view resource monitor). We don't know why. Maybe an xml config file of CF10 take control of these threads?

When I use this code:

<cflock name="prodDetail#URL.ID#" type="exclusive" timeout="10000">

<cfcache timespan="#createTimeSpan(0,0,0,30)#" key="prodDetail#code#" id="prodDetail#code#" name="prodDetail#code#">

....

....

</cfcache>

</cflock>

Thanks in advance.

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