brianm at dealnews.com
Tue Dec 27 21:06:55 UTC 2005
We use the PHP API currently. The PECL version may be "faster" in
tests, but in the real world, you just don't notice. I also like being
able to fiddle with the PHP code to make it work like I like it rather
than having to mess with C code and recompile, etc. etc.
Of course, even though we do use Gentoo, we are not using PHP, or any
PHP code, from portage. Our codebase predates our use of Gentoo and we
have not found the time or need to do so.
That new PECL API is quite new. If I were you, I would not mark it
stable for a while.
How to go broke saving money.
Lisa Seelye wrote:
> It seems that the PECL API <http://pecl.php.net/package/memcache/> is
> now at version 2.0.0, supporting multiple servers with load balancing
> and failover.
> What API is used by list members here? In my tests it seems the PECL
> version is far faster than the PHP API, first posted Aug 2003 to this
> list. This leads me to want to drop the PHP client from Portage, as the
> PECL version seems to be far better.
> What are the experiences of the list members?
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