AppFabric Error @ objCache.Get(key)

I am able to put/add 70MB of data to AppFabric successfully. But I am getting following error when I try to retrieve the same thru _cache.Get(key) method.

  1. Please let me know what's wrong.
  2. Let me know if its good this huge data


"ErrorCode:SubStatus:The connection was terminated, possibly due to server or network problems or serialized Object size is greater than MaxBufferSize on server. Result of the request is unknown."

Stack Trace

at Microsoft.ApplicationServer.Caching.DataCache.ThrowException(ResponseBody respBody)
at Microsoft.ApplicationServer.Caching.DataCache.InternalGet(String key, DataCacheItemVersion& version, String region)   
at Microsoft.ApplicationServer.Caching.DataCache.Get(String key)

Web Config at client

<dataCacheClient requestTimeout="150000" channelOpenTimeout="20000" maxConnectionsToServer="1">
    <localCache isEnabled="false" sync="TimeoutBased" ttlValue="300" objectCount="10000"/>
    <clientNotification pollInterval="300" maxQueueLength="10000"/>
    <hosts><host name="MachineName" cachePort="22233"/></hosts>
    <securityProperties mode="None" protectionLevel="None" />
    <transportProperties connectionBufferSize="131072" maxBufferPoolSize="2147483647" maxBufferSize="2147483647" maxOutputDelay="2" channelInitializationTimeout="60000" receiveTimeout="2147483647"/> 

Configuration at Server

<transportProperties maxBufferPoolSize="2147483647" maxBufferSize="2147483647" />


You should consider an alternate solution to put a 70MB object. AppFabric is meant for very frequently accessed volatile data, ideally below 256kB (looking at their benchmark results, which were available here).

Note: The benchmark results link seems to be broken at the moment.

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