Thank You for the kind support. For now, restarting the TDS solves the caching issue.
We are excited to use the released version of TDS 5.0.
From: Sean Arms [mailto:address@hidden
It is indeed a caching issue. There are several caches at work within the netCDF-java and TDS levels, and they generally do not account for the use case of an individual file being updated or overwritten. There are some mechanisms in place that are supposed to allow for the various caches to be purged remotely (though the admin/debug interface), but I do not know if those actually work (I've seen mixed reports). The 100% way to make sure it is updated is to restart the server, which can work if updates are infrequent, but that's still less than ideal. The cache (and control of the cache) situation is something that I'd like to work on once 5.0 is released.
On Thu, Feb 11, 2021 at 12:02 PM Suman Sanjel <address@hidden> wrote:
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