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From Carsten Ziegeler <>
Subject Re: Flowscripts - are they cached?
Date Tue, 13 Nov 2007 01:36:15 GMT
Hmm, apart from the setting mentioned in the cocoon.xconf there
is afaik no other setting. Cocoon checks the last modification date
against the current date. So if the actual file system reports
the correct date and you have ended your user session, the
file should be reloaded.

Btw, what version of Cocoon are you using?


Derek Hohls wrote:
> Yeah, I noticed that the server is running behind by about
> 90 minutes.  Mentioned that to the sysadmin and they said
> something about synchronizing to the time server....
> but if my files are supposedly *newer* than those on the
> server, that should not make a difference in this case.
>>>> Tobia Conforto <> 2007/11/12 02:12 PM >>>
> Another thing: sometimes I run into missing reloads caused by
> differences in the system time on servers or workstations.
> That is, a newer file is not reloaded if Cocoon doesn't see it
> as newer, based on the system clock.
> Depending on your setup, you might want to investigate that.
> Tobia
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