000020283 - What happens when RSA ClearTrust Authorization Server's cache times out or becomes full?

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Article Number000020283
Applies ToRSA ClearTrust 5.0 Authorization Server (AServer)
IssueWhat happens when RSA ClearTrust Authorization Server's cache times out or becomes full?
ResolutionThe RSA ClearTrust Authorization Server (AServer) cache is rolling, with expired cache items being discarded to make way for new items once the permited size of the cache has been reached. Older items are only deleted on this basis.

Subsequent requests for a user and resource that have been deleted will re-enter the Cache as a new item.

Additional information on ClearTrust Caching:

What is the benefit of caching information at RSA ClearTrust Authorization server?

What are the differences in the cache between ClearTrust 4.6.x and 4.7.1?
Legacy Article IDa15763

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