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Evaluate and clear cache

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I have a web app which displays a list of videos (HTML5). App is running for 4hrs straight and then afterwards TV displays the message, "The page you are trying to view is too large. To continue, reload or go to other page..."

 

Am suspecting that the cache is already full or its memory. Here are my questions:

1. How can I check on the cache contents (eg: in FF and Chrome, I can issue, About:Cache) to know exactly who's consuming the cache

2. How can I clear cache programmatically using C#

 

Thank you very much.

 

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