bad for sessions?
tjenkins at devis.com
Fri Feb 11 11:37:12 PST 2005
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i was scanning the archives and i noticed a statement by someone a few
months back that seem to be saying that using memcached hold web session
data was a bad idea according to brad(? or someone). but they never
gave a reason or a link to the discussion if it was on the list. could
someone summarize why memcached would not be a good tool?
as an aside i found out about memcached via a python blog where the guy
was describing using it for ... web session data <wink>.
i hope to have a chance to play around with it this weekend. hopefully
look at the python library; if i get really motivated maybe see how
difficult it would be to wrap libmemcache.
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