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Cache invalidation is the process of removing all cached items related to a change in the state of your model. The most basic kind of invalidation is direct items deletion. But when the state of a primary resource has spread across several cached items, keeping them in sync can be difficult.
The Symfony Cache component provides two mechanisms to help solve this problem:
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