Product Documentation

Unbinding and Deleting an Integrated Caching Policy and Policy Label

Aug 08, 2014

You can unbind a policy from a policy bank, and you can delete it. To delete the policy, you must first unbind it. You can also remove a policy label invocation and delete a policy label. To delete the policy label, you must first remove any invocations that you have configured for the label.

You cannot unbind or delete the labels for the built-in bind points (request default, request override, response default, and response override).

To unbind a global caching policy by using the command line interface

At the command prompt, type:

unbind cache global <policy>

To unbind a virtual server-specific caching policy by using the command line interface

At the command prompt, type:

(unbind lb vserver|unbind cs vserver) <vserverName> -policyName <policyName> -type (REQUEST|RESPONSE)

To delete a caching policy by using the command line interface

At the command prompt, type:

rm cache policy <policyName>

To unbind a caching policy by using the configuration utility

Navigate to Optimization > Integrated Caching, click Cache Policy Manager, and unbind policies by specifying the relevant bind point and connection type (Request/Response).

To delete a policy label invocation by using the configuration utility

  1. Navigate to Optimization > Integrated Caching, click Cache policy manager, and specify the relevant bing point (LB virtual server or CS virtual server) and connection type to view the list of cache policies bound to this virtual server.
  2. In the policy Invoke column, clear the entry.