The source code is available at http://codereview.stackexchange.com/questions/18056/ability-to-forget-the-memoized-supplier-value -- I'd be more than happy to hear any suggestions/improvements. Non-loading Concurrency Lock striping (a couple of locks for different key segments) ReadWriteLock Weak keys What if the cache keys are t Ah, so you know that get(Baz) will be called with the same Baz every time, but you don't know the value ahead of time?     .build( Issue #1773 has been merged into this issue. You don't touch the instance but do a copy of the original object, mutate, and put the new object into the cache. My solution was to ask an extended Predicate if the memoized value should get updated. For example, you should consider using caches when a value is expensive to compute or retrieve, and you will need its value on a certain input more than once. It would be nice to have a way of supporting this functionality that doesn't feel quite so dirty. At least thats what I've done in my code.   memoize(t); I considered this to be more like a Reference with some extra options (e.g. Find some features of Guava cache. ... the new implementation decorates the map and uses a write buffer to maintain a single policy structure. Consider something like. Set the Guava cache specification String to use for building each individual GuavaCache instance. But if null value means something in your code, then you can make good use of the Optional class as in the following example: Next, let's see how to refresh our cache values.         new Supplier() { Millions of developers and companies build, ship, and maintain their software on GitHub — the largest and most advanced development platform in the world. Skip to content. For the sake of simplicity I would make the 'primary index' a subset of the secondary index - i.e. It is said that a single guava fruit can fulfill about 12% of your circadian-recommended assimilation of fiber in the body, which is good for your digestive health. }. But, it’s two years since I published them. Cache Design - Google Guava Cache Heating Pre-loading v.s. } Just to add to kevinb's list for Comment 6. Sign in It's made my code more clean, more efficient, and more robust. Modifications made to the map directly affect the cache. Supplier We will be using a very simple "hello world" Supplier that will log every time it is called. There are numerous implementations on the web, and this is one of them: http://weblogs.java.net/blog/mason/archive/2006/09/rechecking_doub.html, Original comment posted by cpovirk@google.com on 2012-04-26 at 03:34 PM, https://google.github.io/guava/apidocs/com/google/common/base/Suppliers.html#memoize%28com.google.common.base.Supplier%29, Original comment posted by mindas on 2012-04-26 at 03:50 PM, Don't think Suppliers.memoize would be applicable for cases where supplier is static and the data to build the supplier from ("f" in pseudo code) is coming, say, from a method parameter. Single entry; Snapshot & iterating. In the following example, the cache will remove the records after 2ms of being stored: Next, let's see how to make our cache keys have weak references – allowing the garbage collector to collect cache keys that are not referenced elsewhere. they're used to log you in. By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and Another reason to do this, now, is so we have a version of this functionality that's not tied to our Supplier interface (we should use only java.util.function.Supplier for it).      BAR_SUPPLIER.get(baz); // there's no .get(key, Callable) like in Cache Current LoadingCache does not support this feature (this is not too obvious from the javadoc). Whether it would be some extension to the Cache API (don't know how...) or perhaps a beefed-up supplier that pulls in some functionality from Cache. In case we want more than one cache with different optimization using Google guava cache, we can use spring GuavaCache. Issue #1834 has been merged into this issue.   mutex.lock(); By default, Guava Cache will throw exceptions if you try to load a null value – as it doesn't make any sense to cache a null. return t; My initial response to this was to use Guava's cache (like OP) but I think having an abstract class with double check idiom (to hide the inglorious bits) is a better solution. I needed this feature and wrote a quick hack myself. The high level overview of all the articles on the site. Learn more. I found a need to memoize values for a long period of time, but every once in a while, usually triggered by users, I had to flush the value stored in the supplier. So, it’s time for an update! We’ll occasionally send you account related emails.     void refresh(); It's important to understand that refreshAfterWrite(duration) only makes a key eligible for the refresh after the specified duration. they're used to gather information about the pages you visit and how many clicks you need to accomplish a task. I sometimes abuse it. If the cache reaches the limit, the oldest items will be evicted. public interface UpdateRequest extends Predicate { Also, I observed in the code base that maximum number of items during single cleanup is limited to 16. Mindas, what you describe seems like something that should be filed separately. This will force the CacheLoader to load the new value for the key. Guava cache is the local cache when a single application runs. I must admit that my recent abuse of the glorious CacheLoader is even dirtier: Returns a view of the entries stored in this cache as a thread-safe map. I just recalled that one of my earliest "guava-like" classes was resettable variants of MemoizingSupplier and ExpiringMemoizingSupplier. I'm not satisfied with that, exactly? We can limit the size of our cache using maximumSize(). So Ugly, I know. Each is simply one more method call during cache creation.When… All gists Back to GitHub. I'll have to create a LoadingCache with a single dummy key. It helps with treating constipation. How it will refresh itself. Every cache needs to remove values at some point. Perhaps cache is the wrong idea here, just adding an interface like Resettable or Clearable akin to (Auto)Closable and attaching that to a tertiary interface which joins both Supplier and Resettable and returning that so that we can expose the reset method and supplier method but not the implementations.   return DUMMY; // Cannot return null         } Clearly, the cache is intended for key-based lookup, but occasionally, I have a single item I need to cache. +1 We use essential cookies to perform essential website functions, e.g. The value will actually be refreshed only when a corresponding entry is queried by get(key). How can I get functionality. Also note that we're using the getUnchecked() operation – this computes and loads the value into the cache if it doesn't already exist. Preface Google’s Guava is a Java core enhanced library, which is widely used. Iterators from the returned map are at least weakly consistent: they are safe for concurrent use, but if the cache is modified (including by eviction) after the iterator is created, it is undefined which of the changes (if any) will be reflected in that iterator. I can do that; I'll do some experimentation over the next week or two. Based on doc I read, it is not necessary that expired items in the cache would be removed until cache is accessed again. Guava (/ ˈ É¡ w ɑː v ə /) is a common tropical fruit cultivated in many tropical and subtropical regions. I'm...in favor of this, and tentatively endorse a beefed-up Supplier. Another useful feature (that I have an immediate use for) that this singleton cache could provide is memoise-with-soft-reference. Original comment posted by cgdecker@google.com on 2013-07-03 at 07:24 PM.     .memoize() I had the exact same experience as the OP.     mutex.unlock(); Data that makes the input of this function may change and might be a need for an idiom which would invalidate the current process of expensive calculation and start anew, making all waiting threads to wait for longer until the calculation is complete and no more invalidations are done in the due course. Original comment posted by kevinb@google.com on 2013-03-12 at 06:43 PM, Original comment posted by perneto@google.com on 2013-06-18 at 12:55 PM. I can’t say what is a best Java cache library, it depends. Eugen. Is this intended to be the way to go about making a single-element cache? For configuring Guava Caching the user must only edit the configuration parameters in the Caching Defaults page. Values are automatically loaded in the cache and it provides many utility methods useful for caching needs. Let's say there's some expensiveFunction() which takes a long time to calculate. Use Caffeine & the atomic get-or-create operation.. ... * @return a cache loader that loads values by calling {@link Supplier#get}, irrespective of the * key */ @Beta: ... /* * Parses a single value. Caches can grow quite large, quite fast, and we could be holding on to a lot of stale or unused data. There are plenty of things this could support that aren't applicable to or done in CacheLoader, in particular timed async refresh as opposed to expiry with on-demand reinitialisation. It's something that is too expensive to fetch all the time, and the "memoizeWithExpiration" Supplier is a little thin (for example, I can't force eviction/invalidation). Hmm, so I just noticed that there is a CacheLoader.from(Supplier supplier). Original comment posted by mindas on 2012-10-31 at 10:56 AM. I feel like this would be solved by just adding a reset method to the memoizing suppliers available today. But it doesn't look clean according to the library functions. Clearly, the cache is intended for key-based lookup, but occasionally, I have a single item I need to cache. We can refresh a single key manually with the help of LoadingCache.refresh(key). However we could start smaller by offering a supplier that behaves exactly like memoizeWithExpiration, except that it loads the value asynchronously (using an Executor passed at construction, for instance) automatically upon expiration or upon the first request that follows expiration, and continues to supply the old value until the new value is returned. We don’t want to populate the cache with values that we don’t need often. In refresh the cache part. Original comment posted by cgdecker@google.com on 2013-07-03 at 07:30 PM, Original comment posted by lowasser@google.com on 2014-06-02 at 07:24 PM. Now, let's see how to handle cache null values. Use the static factory method CacheLoader.from If you extend CacheLoader you need to override the V load(K key) method, instructing how to generate the value for a given key. The source code for this tutorial can be found at my GitHub repository at Guava-Cache Project. Cheers, I’m not sure I fully follow your question though – can you maybe rephrase that a bit? Finally, we will take a look at the using the removal notifications the cache is able to send out. Hi Eugen, Nice article.   try { The maximum weight gets divided across all the internal cache segments, so the threshold is set to lower than what the user thinks. guava-cache provides two types of eviction: size-based and time-based. class Foo { In any case, really appreciate the work you guys have done with Guava. self-refreshable) than like a cache, though maybe these are close to the same thing. Project Dependency In order to use the Google Guava API, we need to add the following maven dependency to our project: com.google.guava guava 17.0 Google Guava API. GuavaCacheManager provides the cache using Google guava cache which provides a cache with optimization. Given the Java cache interface below, write a singleton class that implements the interface so that no warnings are generated without using @SuppressWarnings annotations Java //Generic Cache Interface public interface Cache { public void put(K key, V value); public V get(K key); } Original comment posted by mindas on 2012-04-27 at 08:29 AM, Original comment posted by shiber on 2012-05-25 at 05:08 PM. In the following example, we add multiple records into our cache using a Map: Sometimes, you need to take some actions when a record is removed from the cache; so, let's discuss RemovalNotification. For more information, see our Privacy Statement. The guides on building REST APIs with Spring. Have a question about this project? Guava Cache explained Caches are tremendously useful in a wide variety of use cases. Between the get() and the put() the value may be loaded again in the cache and put() overwrites a new value. Still would be nice to address this in 2019. It facilitates best coding practices and helps reduce coding errors. Original comment posted by kevinb@google.com on 2012-01-19 at 03:30 AM. There's another functionality aspect which can possibly be considered for this feature. Guava cache with custom weigher Showing 1-6 of 6 messages. In the following sample, a RemovalNotification is received when the forth element in the cache because of its size: Finally, here are a few additional quick notes about the Guava cache implementation: We went through a lot of use cases of the Guava Cache in this tutorial – from simple usage to eviction of elements, refresh and preload of the cache and removal notifications. Until the new value is successfully loaded, the previous value of the key will be returned by the get(key). Size-based Eviction. In general, I think it's probably a good idea to explore the idea of a singleton-cache type that's the no-key,one-value analogue of CacheBuilder/LoadingCache, then whittle the set of methods suggested by that analogy down to the ones we know we have use cases for Out There, and see what we arrive at. }, Original comment posted by cpovirk@google.com on 2012-04-26 at 09:01 PM. Guava is an open source, Java-based library developed by Google. To use them, one needs to simply declare an appropriate CacheManager - an entity that controls and manages Caches and can be used to retrieve these for storage. Original comment posted by wasserman.louis on 2012-01-19 at 01:30 AM. I often use Cache components in my daily life to see how Google Bulls designed it. I think I wrote just as many comments explaining what I was doing and why, as I did lines of code. The reason was simpy because we had a config object which rarely changed, so holding it in a Memoizing supplier once it had been loaded was a good idea.... until it changed... then you had to reboot the server to get the changed to propogate. I'm also using a LoadingCache the same way as the OP; my own reasons are: In general I can see most of the other features of CacheBuilder being useful for a singleton holder (various expiration policies, etc). Now, let's see how to handle cache null values. If your application has a higher reading frequency for certain data, and […]   } Focus on the new OAuth2 stack in Spring Security 5.             } } This post shows that CacheLoader is not the single solution generating cacheable objects in Guava.     void invalidate(); // or, perhaps, clear() In this tutorial, we'll take a look at the Guava Cache implementation – basic usage, eviction policies, refreshing the cache and some interesting bulk operations.     outerClass.this.value = calculateValue(); The feature provided by Guava cache is basically same as ConcurrentHashMap but Guava cache is more preferable than ConcurrentHashMap in terms of cache optimization. I like the pattern that Raymond proposed (the Supplier builder). }. Values may be inserted into the cache directly with cache.put(key, value). Entries can expire for multiple reasons, entries can be limited to a certain number, and entries can be made available for garbage collection.     .refreshAfterWrite(200) Issue #1466 has been merged into this issue. I am trying to understand guava cache cleanup behaviour. Guava Cache¶ Guava Cache provides a local in-memory cache to use for a single GeoServer instance. A Guava cache that defaults to old values in the event of failure - KindaLikeASelfRefreshingCache.java. Original comment posted by kevinb@google.com on 2012-01-19 at 03:32 AM. Original comment posted by fry@google.com on 2012-02-16 at 07:18 PM, Original comment posted by mindas on 2012-04-26 at 03:21 PM. Bulk Operation v.s. Aside from this, the insulin-like action that guavas possess makes such fruits acutely acceptable for diabetic patients. Raymond, that's actually completely unrelated. You can also manually put a value, getIfPresent to request it only if it’s already present, invalidateAll the entries or invalidatea specific key. I kept it simple, I guess (perhaps naive, but we'll see), I try to avoid this anyhow in favor of a better 'bigger picture' solution, but that's not always possible in a legacy context.   t = calculate(f); A Guava cache that defaults to old values in the event of failure - KindaLikeASelfRefreshingCache.java. In other words, call to cache.refresh(key) or cache.invalidate(key) or cache.invalidateAll() is ignored if the calculation is in process and only makes any difference if invalidation happens after the calculation. Guava's Tableis a collection that represents a table like structure containing rows, columns and the associated cell values. It's something that is too expensive to fetch all the time, and the "memoizeWithExpiration" Supplier is a little thin (for example, I can't force eviction/invalidation). Original comment posted by yoavtz@google.com on 2012-05-28 at 05:51 PM, (sorry, OuterClass should be capitalized... and this is the load() method...), Original comment posted by kevinb@google.com on 2012-05-30 at 07:43 PM, Original comment posted by em...@soldal.org on 2012-06-01 at 02:16 PM. In the following code, we limit the cache size to 3 records: We can also limit the cache size using a custom weight function. Original comment posted by wasserman.louis on 2012-01-18 at 06:43 PM. extends List> in that case.   block_all_other_threads(); 5. But if null value means something in your code, then you can make good … Cache plays an important role in daily development. I just coded a single-element refreshOnWrite cache that is wrapped by an anonymous Supplier instance. Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. Guava cache is thread safe. From this, we'll use the handy CacheBuilder to build our cache using the given specifications: Notice how there is no value in the cache for our “hello” key – and so the value is computed and cached.                 return raiseASteer(); // it takes a long time to raise one, hence why I want to cache it Original comment posted by joe.j.kearney on 2012-01-19 at 09:54 AM. We also have access to the cause of the removal – via the getCause() method. super T> updateRequest) {...}, Original comment posted by kevinb@google.com on 2012-08-24 at 03:57 AM. cache This article focuses on caching. These options can be used individually or together. A very interesting alternative are Supplier implementations, defined inside Suppliers final class. This is probably OT, but could someone possibly suggest an alternative thread-safe cache implementation for Java 7 that supports both time-based expiry and on-demand eviction for storing a single object/value? Everything else is default. We use optional third-party analytics cookies to understand how you use GitHub.com so we can build better products. Let's start with a simple example – let's cache the uppercase form of String instances. Original comment posted by christoph.hoesler on 2012-07-30 at 02:57 PM. This overwrites any previous entry in the cache for the specified key. To ensure expired items are removed, we should invoke cache.cleanup(). I'm sure you're cringing as your read this. We can register a RemovalListener to get notifications of a record being removed. The memoizing Supplier calls a done() method on the 'UpdateRequest' after the value is updated, so that it can change it's state. To me, the fact it'll implement Supplier is just incidental, as with the case of LoadingCache implementing Function, and so I don't think Supplier would feature in the name. When supplying … Learn more, We use analytics cookies to understand how you use our websites so we can make them better, e.g. I have a set of config data based on the locale and I would want to cache that entire data in the memory and keep refreshing it periodically without activating the server. If so, this issue can be closed. Guava’s Cacheis quite simple to use: When asking the cache for a value, you need to pass a Callable that will perform the actual loading of the value whenever it is not found in the cache (which will happen on the first getrequest, and also for further ones if the value has been evicted). I'd like to eliminate the key from the picture, for the single-element cache. Original comment posted by kevinb@google.com on 2012-06-22 at 06:16 PM, Original comment posted by cky944 on 2012-07-01 at 06:13 PM. First off, Guava's caching API is great stuff. THE unique Spring Security education if you’re working with Java today. I have an implementation of this that I called ReferenceMaker, with options similar to MapMaker/CacheLoader for expiry etc, but only storing the single reference. I am doing it by adding reload method and calling updateAll to one particular locale within it. A Cache is similar to ConcurrentMap, but not quite the same.     .expireAfterAccess(100) http://weblogs.java.net/blog/mason/archive/2006/09/rechecking_doub.html, http://codereview.stackexchange.com/questions/18056/ability-to-forget-the-memoized-supplier-value, Add a reloadAll method to the CacheLoader, Create a SupplierBuilder just like CacheBuilder, A way to reset MemoizingSupplier/ExpiringMemoizingSupplier for tests, Suppliers.memoize should have some mechanism for not memoizing failure, Document that Suppliers.memoizeWithExpiration() starts the countdown when the get() call starts, not when it completes, Implement a simple wrapper around Guava Cache for a single item cache…, Add implementation for Suppliers#memoizeWithRefresh. Contribute to google/guava development by creating an account on GitHub. Psidium guajava (common guava, lemon guava) is a small tree in the myrtle family (), native to Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and northern South America. The caching interface is named LoadingCache in the following form: The canonical reference for building a production grade API with Spring. Extend the CacheLoader class 2. Looking around, my benchmarks comparing several Java caches, like Guava, EHCache, Infinispan and cache2k are still the most comprehensive ones you can find focusing on Java heap only cache performance. Beside using size to evict old records, we can use time. We used guava cache to serve … It's just like any other cache, just that the CacheLoader doesn't actually depend on the key. As usual, all the examples can be found over on GitHub. Not sure if OP had a similar scenario in mind, but I needed a memoizing supplier which is calculated from non-static context (pseudo code): if ((t = not_calculated_yet) != null) { not only do I need just one value, so I use a dummy key, This page will provide Spring 4 and Guava cache integration example with GuavaCacheManager and GuavaCache. Regarding 1: If you have a more reads to the object then writes, a good option is to use an immutable object. I would also like to see a "refreshing" Supplier memoizeWithExpiration - that simply maintains the existing value if an exception occurs during refresh. to your account, Original issue created by raymond.rishty on 2012-01-18 at 02:55 AM. First, we'll create the CacheLoader – used to compute the value stored in the cache. Louis, if you're looking for work, this would be good to look into, at least as far as converging on an API/feature set we can all feel good about. My implementation is really simple, for more complex cases you should use distributed cache solutions like Memcached, ehCache etc. GitHub is home to over 50 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. We use optional third-party analytics cookies to understand how you use GitHub.com so we can build better products. Do you suggest any other library for such cases? Guava is a memory caching module in Google guava, which is used to cache data into JVM memory.   } finally { Already on GitHub? You signed in with another tab or window. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community.   } you have a single index that returns a list of values for a given key and primary keys just return a list with a single value. public static Supplier memoize(Supplier delegate, UpdateRequest BAR_SUPPLIER = Suppliers.memoize(...); public static Bar get(Baz baz) { See Also: createNativeGuavaCache(java.lang.String), CacheBuilder.from(String) setCacheLoader CacheLoaderis an abstract class that specifies how to calculate or load values, if not present. Is there a way I can achieve this using this library? It’s a simple example of self-written in-memory cache, you can use it to store some long-running queries from DB or frequently used data. It would also be nice if the "memoizeWithExpiration" static factory could become a builder, so I could do something like: BeefySupplier steerSupplier = Suppliers.builder() but I also want my data to be set under a lock, so I also use a dummy value, and just implement the get() method as: public Object get(Object ignoredKey) { Cache. Using the static CacheLoader.from method you build a CacheLoader either by supplying a Function or Supplier interface. @CacheEvict annotation is used for removing a single cache or clearing the entire cache from the cache storage so that fresh values can be loaded into the cache again: Original comment posted by raymond.rishty on 2012-01-18 at 08:42 PM, interface BeefySupplier extends Supplier { In the following code, we use the length as our custom weight function: Note: The cache may remove more than one record to leave room for a new large one. logic without anything else that has to do with a cache. So, what I've done is have some dummy key that I used to look up this single item. Original comment posted by cpovirk@google.com on 2014-08-19 at 01:41 PM. Guava cache stores key and object like ConcurrentHashMap. There are new products and better ways to do benchmarks now. The given value needs to comply with Guava's CacheBuilderSpec (see its javadoc). You can always update your selection by clicking Cookie Preferences at the bottom of the page. The row and the column act as an ordered pair of keys. Among a number of approaches of implementing local cache, one which I have used in a high load environment is Guava cache. Arguably these should be added to the current memoizing suppliers. We can use CacheBuilder.refreshAfterWrite(duration) to automatically refresh cached values. If memoizeWithExpiration is adapted to allow all the above, can it also please accept an optional lock to make writes under? 1. Original comment posted by yoavtz@google.com on 2012-05-28 at 05:49 PM. By default, both cache keys and values have strong references but we can make our cache store the keys using weak references using weakKeys() as in the following example: We can allow the garbage collector to collect our cached values by using softValues() as in the following example: Note: Many soft references may affect the system performance – it's preferred to use maximumSize(). Original comment posted by wasserman.louis on 2012-08-24 at 07:21 PM. We can insert multiple records in our cache using putAll() method. I used to cache data into JVM memory LoadingCache does not support this feature this! Values, if not present we should invoke cache.cleanup ( ) method is great stuff coded a refreshOnWrite. As the OP a cache, though maybe these are close to the object then writes a! Defined inside suppliers final class create lazy loaded values as well as caching individual values or... Your read this only when a single policy structure ( key, value ) sign up for ”. 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