Roni Schuetz schuetz at
Tue Oct 31 20:20:04 UTC 2006

Hi Jeremy,

thanks for your quick response time, I have an Issue and so far I'm not
really sure that
memcache is the right tool for me, maybe you can help me to find a quick

Our website contains various information in .Net Cache and we want to take a
server online. Now while we use lot of ajax in our application we gathering
data over a
Ajax Call to the Server and in my code behind I load the Cache Object which
needed information.

While we take a second Server live, which will be loadbalanced to the first
one, the Ajax
call can be one on server A and once on server B. To ensure that the client
call get its
requested information I plan to share the cache object with memchache.

I know I could do exactly the same with a database, SQL Server in our case,
but as less
DB calls I have as happier i'm.

many thanks in advance,
Roni Schuetz

On 10/31/06, Jeremy Blain <jeremy at> wrote:
> A quick google search turns up:
> Other than slightly different function names/parameters, the operation
> seems
> to be the same regardless of client/platform. (memcached is really a
> fairly simple
> daemon, with a simple and easy to use API)
> Roni Schuetz wrote:
> > Hi folks,
> >
> > i'm wondering if somebody has done already experience with memcached and
> > usage of C#. Are there any hints / suggestions a newby should know?
> > Any info
> > is modern welcome and thanks in advance.
> >
> > --
> > Kind regards,
> > Roni Schuetz
> >
> > do you search flights - http://www.indeXus.Net/

Kind regards,
Roni Schuetz

do you search flights - http://www.indeXus.Net/
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...

More information about the memcached mailing list