regarding memcached faster output

Kieran Benton kieran.benton at
Mon Dec 24 18:11:54 UTC 2007

Memcached is meant to reduce the number of queries to your database (or other backend) and so allow your architecture to scale better. 

It is not meant to be "faster" than a database (although in many cases it will be), as brian has said can you provide us with some reasoning behind the problem you are trying to solve?


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From: memcached-bounces at <memcached-bounces at>
To: Biswajit <biswajit at>
CC: memcached at <memcached at>
Sent: Mon Dec 24 18:01:18 2007
Subject: Re: regarding memcached faster output

Biswajit wrote:
> Hello we are  working on memcached for our web application.we install 
> all the necessary thing in Linux server and configure it . also we 
> integrated in our web application and it also working successfully .But 
> thing is that  when i run the the query from  memcached  the data is 
> display little bit faster compare to Database but not so much as we 
> expected. we used 64MB RAM  for my serve for memcachede. If i increased 
> the RAM 64 Mb to more .then the data will be display much more faster? 
> Please gave me the suggestion (or any others way i can get out put much 
> more faster)  its urggent i am wating for your replay.

If your database is not slow, then why did you want to install 
memcached?  Perhaps your reasoning for using memcached will help us help 


Brian Moon
Senior Developer
When you care enough to spend the very least.

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