Kevin A. Burton
burton at newsmonster.org
Sat Feb 5 18:27:54 PST 2005
>Can't you do that same algorithm with add, followed by delete if successful?
No... if I were to do an add... and then delete... it would work. But if
my runtime were to dump core after the add and before the delete then
when it would restart it would give me false positives.
>I thought it was said wanted to return a list of unknown keys - rather
>than finding out if a particular key existed...
No... I just to know if a key exists in memcached or not... quickly..
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