Persistent Cache Stores
A cache store is how Infinispan optional persists data - either to disk or some other form of durable storage. A number of cache store implementations are available for you to use, and you can even implement your own custom cache store quite easily. A good way to do so is to look at the source code of an existing cache store and modifying it accordingly. Learn more about Cache Stores and how to configure and use them in the docs.
Available Cache Stores
The following cache stores are part of the core Infinispan distribution and therefore are developed and released in-sync with Infinispan itself. Most of these cache stores are included in the
infinispan-embedded JAR. Those which require additional dependencies are available in separate artifacts.
Single File Cache Store
This cache store implementation persists data to the filesystem in a single file.Documentation
JDBC Cache Store
This cache store implementation persists data to a relational database via a JDBC driver.Documentation
Soft-Index Cache Store
This cache store implementation persists data to filesystem, using memory-cached index offloaded to filesystem.Documentation
Extra Cache Stores
The following cache stores are developed and maintained independently of the Infinispan release cycle, so they might not be aligned with the latest version of the Cache Store SPI.