hash argument to get call
edirisinghe.s at gmail.com
Wed Jan 10 00:56:55 UTC 2007
Thanks greg. So what does the integer mean? Is it,eg bucket #45 ? Does
bucket 45 translate to server 45 or would I have to read up the code on how
buckets are chosen to really understand what's going?
On 1/9/07, Greg Whalin <greg at meetup.com> wrote:
> The 3 argument version of that which takes the hash allows the caller to
> override the chosen bucket by passing in a specified hash key. By default,
> you can just call mc.set( key, value) and rely on the client to determine
> the memcache server internally.
> On 1/9/07, S Edirisinghe <edirisinghe.s at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I'm new to the list and have not found out how to search the archive.
> > While I find out how, I will post this (hopefully not-stupid ) question.
> > I'm using the java client so, I'll ask about the method in the javadoc
> > MemCachedClient mc = new MemCachedClient();
> > String key = "cacheKey1";
> > Object value = SomeClass.getObject();
> > Integer hash = new Integer(45);
> > mc.set(key, value, hash);
> > What is the hash (Integer) arg to this method do? Is this a way for
> > picking the bucket? I wasn't sure if this was a seed for the hash function ?
> > I'm pretty new to using memcache d. Your help is appreciated.
> > thanks
> Greg Whalin
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