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Recently we've been noticing that a lot of our Umbraco-powered websites are running at a very high memory usage, sometimes up to 1.5 GB (!). We've been digging around to see what the problem is, and we found that there is a setting in UmbracoSettings.config that is called "UmbracoLibraryCacheDuration". According to the documentation this is a setting that controls how long the media items and the Members are stored in memory.
This is, by default, set to 1800 seconds, or 30 minutes.
We've played around with this setting and got it down to 10 seconds without finding any performance impact. The memory footprint of the website dropped drastically, from 1 GB tot 300MB. Why is it by default set to 1800 seconds?
Is there a reason?
First! Thank you! This configuration save my life!
Now I came to retribute... My solution is to use https://www.cloudflare.com/ to reduce the server access!
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