Enabling second level cache in Talend Administration Center - 8.0

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You can enable second level cache in Talend Administration Center to speed up performance and decrease connections to database. It is recommended to enable second level cache when Talend Administration Center is used in cluster mode to achieve strong consistency.


  1. Open the following file to edit it:
  2. Set the value of hibernate.use_second_level_cache to true to enable second level cache or false to disable it as needed then save your changes. It is true by default.