@@ -101,7 +101,8 @@ Eviction is triggered when a cache reaches full memory capacity. This happens wh
* No eviction (0) - don't evict, respond with server error reply.
* Item LRU eviction (1) - evict only existing items in the same slab class, least recently updated first; essentially a per-slabclass LRU eviction.
* Random eviction (2) - evict all items from a randomly chosen slab.
-* Slab LRU eviction (4) - choose the least recently updated slab, and evict all items from it to reuse the slab.
+* Slab LRA eviction (4) - choose the least recently accessed slab, and evict all items from it to reuse the slab.
+* Slab LRC eviction (8) - choose the least recently created slab, and evict all items from it to reuse the slab. Eviction ignores freeq & lruq to make sure the eviction follows the timestamp closely. Recommended if cache is updated on the write path.
Eviction strategies can be *stacked*, in the order of higher to lower bit. For example, `-M 5` means that if slab LRU eviciton fails, Twemcache will try item LRU eviction.