mrot at neostrada.pl
Sat Oct 8 07:48:23 PDT 2005
>If you're caching rows, key them in cache by table name and primary key,
>e.g. 'users:13'. Trying to do it by storing queries is usually a bad
>idea for a number of reasons (though it has its purposes), one of which
>you've encountered, and another of which is that there exists an
>infinite number of SQL queries that will return the same row, so you can
>be storing tons of duplicate rows in cache at the same time for no good
Thanks make sense.
Additionally queries can be long some many space my be taken...
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