New user questions
Peter Van Dijck
petervandijck at gmail.com
Fri Apr 13 15:20:11 UTC 2007
I think there must be some misunderstanding. Ask said: "If you need
tens of thousands of values set and get per request", and Cal
answered: "Yes ..."
Cal, you don't need to set/fetch thousands of values on *each*
pageview, right? That would be very, very, very weird?
So if you don't have to get *all* those values on every request, then
your approach doesn't seem to make any sense?
Or perhaps I misunderstand something.
On 4/12/07, Cal Heldenbrand <cal at fbsdata.com> wrote:
> > Does the web servers do all the set()'s ? If you need tens of
> > thousands of values set and get per request, then yes - you
> > definitely need to aggregate them.
> Yes, all of the web servers will be independently running set / get
> operations. So, the "easy" way to code my example is:
> But the most efficient way considering the memcache protocol / storage /
> (up to 1MB of data)
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