Re: Feature Request: Memcached for Cherokee Market
Stefan de Konink <stefan <at> konink.de>
2011-07-06 07:52:05 GMT
In that case you favorite database shpuld implement caching, my
favorite database already does.
The strengt of memcache is not in caching a database, but cache
generated pieces of content.
Op 6 jul 2011 om 09:35 heeft James Isaacs <jimpisaacs <at> gmail.com> het
> That's what I was initially thinking, but after some more thought, it
> makes a lot of sense to use that sort of handler and expanding on it
> for use with the MySQL or another database bridge.
> Memcached could be used to cache query results, serving results from
> Memcached where they have already been set, and the handler could know
> when db modifications should delete specific keys from Memcached. This
> is a familiar design for many web applications already, so essentially
> it could result in a well performant 'out of the box' web API.
> On Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 12:27 AM, Stefan de Konink <stefan <at> konink.de>
>> On Wed, 6 Jul 2011, James Isaacs wrote:
>>> I actually retract what I said. Memcached is really for the
>>> application layer between the database and your choice of CGI.
>>> This is
>>> something unique to most platforms, so... I'm not really sure how a