Reserved memcached key namespace
dustin at spy.net
Wed May 2 21:57:48 UTC 2007
On May 2, 2007, at 12:08 , Marc wrote:
> set __quit__ 0 0\r\n\r\n =>
> <= STORED\r\n
> get __version__\r\n =>
> <= VALUE __version__ 0 9\r\n1.2.0-rc1\r\nEND\r\n
I like the idea for things that are accessed (version, stats,
etc...), but I don't think it makes sense for commands that exist
solely for their side-effects. E.g. it doesn't help me, in authoring
a generic interface, to have a mutation operation disconnect me.
I'm trying to avoid using the term ``rest,'' but that's sort of what
it feels like. You basically need a get, delete, and put operation
(which has three subtly different variations), and (maybe) quit.
Flush might make sense if it uses the delete operation. For example:
delete __everything__ 0\r\n =>
Note that the semantics are different between delete and flush in
this regard, though.
BTW, flush_regex sounds interesting, but I'd be concerned it
couldn't be done cheaply.
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