Like many windows applications, SSRS report can cache a copy of a processed report. This counter monitors the number of times that the report is retrieved from a memory cache instead of connecting to the database. Instances such as processing a scheduled subscription from a cache are tracked by this performance counter. Stopping of the Windows Service causes counter to be reset back to 0.
DBAs, Server administrators, System administrators, Web administrators, Report developers
- Increase the amount of memory that is allocated
- Configure duration of the cache in report properties
- If you require a more predictable caching strategy, you should create a report snapshot