allspaw at gmail.com
Wed Nov 17 06:39:54 PST 2004
What I mean is this...
Currently, as I understand it, memcached listens on a socket (IP/port)
and takes traffic from clients in various ways (php, perl, etc.) but
the protocol it talks is all raw TCP, yes ?
I'm wondering if anyone has written an HTTP (specifically 1.1) wrapper
for this traffic, so a POST could set/add/replace a key, and a GET
could get one. In other words, you'd ask the memcached for data via a
any thoughts ?
On Wed, 17 Nov 2004 14:22:49 +0100, Joachim Bauernberger
<joachim at bauernberger.org> wrote:
> Hi John,
> On Tuesday 16 November 2004 23:23, John Allspaw wrote:
> > Has anyone tried/failed/succeeded in putting a HTTP interface onto
> > memcached ?
> ... not sure if I understand your question.
> I have implemented caching of dynamic HTML content for my client in order to
> reduce backend requests using the Perl interface, Apache and FastCGI.
> It works like a charm! With memcached's STAT interface you can build a
> realtime statistic for your cachehitrate (and monitoring in our case ...)
> Maybe let us know more about what you are trying to achieve.
> Best regards,
> > thanks,
> > john
> ICQ: 214527045
> URL: http://www.bauernberger.org/
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