Caching Gone Wrong

We all want to make Drupal run faster, but meddling with things you don’t understand can get you into big trouble. Here’s why.

For the uninitiated, the term ‘caching’ in computing is the idea of saving a copy of something that usually needs to be generated, in its complete form, to avoid generating it again later. This happens on many levels in a typical computer system.

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Weight-related issues

I was aware of the 'system' table in the Drupal 5.x database. It provides all sorts of options for installed modules, but it is one of those things that is little-understood and often ignored.