We have experienced a strange issue in SharePoint. We backed-up and restored a site collection from WebApp1 to WebApp2 and both the site collections have Publishing Features activated (BLOB CACHE was NOT Enabled)
After successful restore , none of the sites were working. Following Exception has occured :
Site id <> could not be found OR File not found
In the stack trace there method sitecachesettings(guid id).....Reset the IIS, and booom every thing works fine :)
My Question :
Where is object cache stored ??? how it works?? point me any links where I can dig in deep
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