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We have a Umbraco web site:
When content editors try to publish some old article, the publish is done quickly, but afterwards, the whole site is down for about 2 minuts.
As far as we checked, the Umbraco XML cache is being rebuild from scratch.
The file is 52 MB so it takes a while to rebuild it.
Besides that is seems that the Examine indexes are not being rebuild from scratch.
On our UAT env using same db it all works fine.
Anyone seen this before?
Do you have this setting in your web.config?
<add key="umbracoContentXMLUseLocalTemp" value="true" />
I thought this was implicit as i am looking at older umbraco installs and that setting is not there in web.config and that all works fine.
Maybe in 7.5 you have to explicitly set it?
Ismail, nope, any Azure Web App deployment should have this setting otherwise it will store umbraco.config in the insanely slow shared storage location this moves it to the local temp but fast location.
Just stumbled onto this thread. From what version can you use that setting?
The umbracoContentXMLUseLocalTemp setting has been available for a long time however it has been superseded twice.
This setting and the ones that have replaced it are documented here
Thanks for getting back. The link doesn't work :)
I don't what happened to the link but I've fixed it now :)
Thanks Jaevon Leopold for the fix :) It works !!
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