HTTP interface for the query cache
The query cache HTTP API lets you control the cache for AQL query results
Returns an array containing the AQL query results currently stored in the query results cache of the selected database. Each result is a JSON object with the following attributes:
hash: the query result’s hash
query: the query string
bindVars: the query’s bind parameters. this attribute is only shown if tracking for bind variables was enabled at server start
size: the size of the query result and bind parameters, in bytes
results: number of documents/rows in the query result
started: the date and time when the query was stored in the cache
hits: number of times the result was served from the cache (can be
0for queries that were only stored in the cache but were never accessed again afterwards)
runTime: the query’s run time
dataSources: an array of collections/Views the query was using
Returns the global AQL query results cache configuration. The configuration is a JSON object with the following properties:
mode: the mode the AQL query results cache operates in. The mode is one of the following values:
maxResults: the maximum number of query results that will be stored per database-specific cache.
maxResultsSize: the maximum cumulated size of query results that will be stored per database-specific cache.
maxEntrySize: the maximum individual result size of queries that will be stored per database-specific cache.
includeSystem: whether or not results of queries that involve system collections will be stored in the query results cache.
Adjusts the global properties for the AQL query results cache.
After the properties have been changed, the current set of properties will be returned in the HTTP response.
Note: changing the properties may invalidate all results in the cache.
The properties need to be passed in the
properties attribute in the body
of the HTTP request.
properties needs to be a JSON object with the following