Long callbacks problem

import time
from uuid import uuid4
import dash
from dash import html
from dash.long_callback import DiskcacheLongCallbackManager
from dash.dependencies import Input, Output

## Diskcache
import diskcache
launch_uid = uuid4()
cache = diskcache.Cache("./cache")
long_callback_manager = DiskcacheLongCallbackManager(
    cache, cache_by=[lambda: launch_uid], expire=60,

app = dash.Dash(__name__, long_callback_manager=long_callback_manager)
app.layout = html.Div(
        html.Div([html.P(id="paragraph_id", children=["Button not clicked"])]),
        html.Button(id="button_id", children="Run Job!"),
        html.Button(id="cancel_button_id", children="Cancel Running Job!"),

    output=(Output("paragraph_id", "children"), Output("button_id", "n_clicks")),
    inputs=Input("button_id", "n_clicks"),
        (Output("button_id", "disabled"), True, False),
        (Output("cancel_button_id", "disabled"), False, True),
    cancel=[Input("cancel_button_id", "n_clicks")],
def callback(n_clicks):
    return [f"Clicked {n_clicks} times"], (n_clicks or 0) % 4

if __name__ == "__main__":

code is from the doc of long callbacks
Here you can see that it takes a few seconds to run the callback function, but the cached results are used after n_clicks cycles back around to 0.
The input is n_clicks which always changes, but the result returned from the cache.
In general, if the input changes constantly, it will always be cached, but this does not.