jerome.m at gmail.com
Wed Dec 14 09:02:05 UTC 2005
does is it destroy all or destroy part of the cache w/c was updated?
if it destroys all the cache content would it make any difference on the
mysql cache... since the cache rebuilds it self everytime there is an
manipulation on the data?
im not trying to create hassle im just clearing some things.. : )
ill put Lighttpd into consideration...
On 12/14/05, Adam Michaels <adam at digitalagemedia.net> wrote:
> 1. You need to destroy the cache via a delete and then rebuild it with the
> new data. Your application is responsible for keeping the cache up to date.
> 2. Drop apache and use Lighttpd. It will use less memory and therefore
> leave you with more memory to use with memcached.
> ----- Original Message -----
> *From:* Jerome Macaranas <jerome.m at gmail.com>
> *To:* memcached at lists.danga.com
> *Sent:* Wednesday, December 14, 2005 12:40 AM
> *Subject:* Newbie inquiry
> Hi ALL,
> Im trying to get enough details on memcached to check whether it is
> feasible to use it on a site that is very dynamic.
> Can anyone clear my clouded mind. :)
> 1. If data are cached and in the event that the page was updated what
> happens to the cache? will it be completely reconstructed? or only portion
> of it will be replaced?
> 2. Would you recommend memcache to sit on the same box with apache
> with a 4G RAM resource?
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