Scavenging, DOT NET Programming

What is scavenging?

When server running your ASP.NET application runs low on the memory resources, items are discarded from the cache depending on cache item priority. The Cache item priority is set when you add item to cache. By setting item of the cache priority controls the items scavenging are discarded first.

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