Kevin A. Burton
burton at newsmonster.org
Fri Feb 4 19:57:58 PST 2005
It seems to make sense to add a hasKey method.
For a lot of operations I just want to do quick existence checks and get
back a boolean yes or no. We're doing a LARGE amount of queries and
doing a get() and getting back the data just doesn't make sense.
Also... if the objects you are storing are large it also make sense even
if you're not doing to many of them.
I realize that memcached is fast but for a lot of situations this could
offload the network and the CPU on the client.
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