I searched, I believe for instancecache (one word) and didn't find anything that made sense to me.

We don't run HTTP server, unless our BP started it at some point. They did install Web Query, but I though that used the built in Apache server.

If this is as you suppose a cache, if I delete it presumably it will gradually come back if needed.

Sam


On 3/21/2014 12:31 PM, CRPence wrote:

SWAG: Searching instance cache in the InfoCenter yields among the
results:
<http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/iseries/v7r1m0/topic/rzaie/rzaieconfigcontent.htm>

_Setting up content and language negotiation for HTTP Server_
"Content negotiation for an HTTP Server instance can be set up using the
IBM® Web Administration for i interface. Content negotiation is defined
as the process where the client provides a set of preferences (such as
language) to the server, and the server finds the best resource match to
those the client prefers.
...
8. Optional: If necessary, select Allow content-negotiated documents to
be cached.
..."





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