I am running v3.5.16 of confluence. I want to increase the cache size for the cache labelled 'Embedded Crowd Internal User'. From the v5 docs, and from the properties class ConfluenceActionSupport.properties I see that the internal ID for use in ehcache.xml should be
However, I don't see this in the ehcache config file and adding in an entry with this ID has no effect on the cache size. Can anyone confirm whether the following ehcache entry is correct:
<cache name="com.atlassian.crowd.model.user.InternalUser" maxElementsInMemory="100" eternal="false" timeToIdleSeconds="3600" timeToLiveSeconds="0" overflowToDisk="false" />
Pardon me from my previous reply, I was thinking this was an even earlier Confluence version. On the Cache Statistics page you can click on the 'Advanced' tab to adjust the values from the GUI. Could you give it a try if that. Actually, for me setting this in ehcache.xml as described on the previously linked article did work just fine as well.
Not sure if you have done it this way, but the following page explains how to find out the class name specifically in 3.5.x: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONF35/Cache+Performance+Tuning
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