non-cacheable content

non-cacheable content

Dynamic information that changes regularly or for each user request and serves no purpose if it were cached. Web pages that return the results of a search are non-cacheable, because their contents are unique almost all the time. Contrast with cacheable content. See Web switch.
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The rapid appearance of static content, which is likely to make up a large part of the "look and feel" of the web site, is enough to keep surfers engaged and willing to wait for the higher value, non-cacheable content.
Bypassing caches for non-cacheable content relieves the caches from extraneous processing and latency.

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