Question3Replies1026Views COLLF-1 Member since 2012 21 posts PEGA Posted: 3 years agoLast activity: 3 years 3 months ago Closed Solved [PEGA 7.1.6] Static Assembler Rule Caching ProcessHello,Regarding the Static Assembler, I have a couple question on how it caches rules:1.) Are all rules in the rule caches flushed each time the Static Assembler is run? By this I am asking if the Static Assembler always does a full rule cache population or sometimes does delta loads.2.) Does the Static Assembler cache all eligible rules in the DB into the rule caches or only rules that have been imported since the last time it was executed?From our observations of the Static Assembler behaviour in our environment, we believe the answers are as follows:1.) Yes, all rules are flushed from the rule caches and re-populated on each execution of the Static Assembler.2.) It caches all eligible rules in the DB into the rule caches.Please let me know if my understanding is correct or not.Thank you!Fran System Administration Low-Code App Development Installation and Deployment Low-Code App Development Upgrades ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Accepted Solution Posted: 3 years agoJimKelly_GCS PEGA replied to COLLF-1Hi Fran, This looks right to me. One caveat would be that depending on cache size an LRU algorithm might swap out earlier cached rules. I am a little fuzzy on that point at the moment. Let's see if we can get others to weigh in. Posted: 3 years agoCOLLF-1 PEGA replied to JimKelly_GCSThank you Jim for your response. I feel like we are on the right track. Could we get someone from the product team to confirm our suspicions? Thank you. - Fran Posted: 3 years agoCOLLF-1 PEGA replied to COLLF-1Can someone from the Product team please confirm or disconfirm my findings? Thank you.