Expirations are used across all cache stores for managing expiration of cached objects. The configuration accepts a dictionary of endpoint key mapping to a timedelta object or number of seconds.
Global models (e.g. riot) will be available to all pipelines, meaning that it is allowed modify endpoints of those models in any pipeline, for example the "account_v1_by_puuid" in a pipeline bound to the val model and such object called using the val pipeline will use such expirations.
Only data returned by the get() method is sinked through the pipeline, and thus the only ones that can be cached and use expirations.
By configuring this argument, it overrides the default endpoints expirations.

Default Expiration

All expirations defaults to 0 (No-Cache). Except for static data sources (e.g. cdragon, meraki, ddragon, etc.) which defaults to timedelta(minutes=20) (20 minutes) due to its frequency of data changes and helping to decrease traffic load.


This will override the summoner_v4_by_name endpoint to cache 2 minutes, and league_v4_challenger_league to cache for 10 minutes, and leaving the rest of the default expirations untouched.
# ... Other Stores
# ... Other Store Configs
"expirations": {
"summoner_v4_by_name": 120,
"league_v4_challenger_league": 600, # or timedelta(minutes=10)
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