Delete Persistent Cache
To optimize performance, Responder caches feature class name/ID pairs. Should feature class names and/or IDs change (e.g., due to Replication), you will need to delete the persistent cache on the Responder Server to ensure Responder knows about these changes. To do this, the Responder Server installation provides a batch script. Follow the steps below to delete the persistent cache.
User logged in is the user assigned to the Responder Windows Service.
Ensure the Responder Windows Service and all sub processes are not running.
- Browse to the DeletePersistentCache.bat. By default, this is installed here: C:\Program Files (x86)\Miner and Miner\Responder\Server\Tools.
- Double-click DeletePersistentCache.bat. The script executes QueueMgmt.exe to delete the contents of the local cache.