e at osterman.com
Wed May 16 18:28:28 UTC 2007
No, never tested the python code. Not sure I understand what you mean by
"list". It merely wraps an existing filesytem, so all operations you
normally can do on a filesystem apply. You can list files, stat them,
delete them, etc... The purpose of the python fuse code is to accelerate
costly stat operations. It does this by caching the stat structure on
memcache. It doesn't let you list arbitrary keys in memcache, because
memcache is not the filesystem, it's just the cache.
Jure Petrovic wrote:
> Have you tested this python code?
> I've scrolled it just in few minutes...
> Does it give you the option to "list"
> the cache (directory)?
> On Wed, 2007-05-09 at 11:21 -0700, Erik Osterman wrote:
>> Python proof of concept code.
>> It doesn't appear to cache contents, only stat.
>> Also, on a philisophical side note. I am floored by how often almost
>> identical ideas are conceived of by different people at the same time.
>> Look at the date on that blog entry!
>> Erik Osteramn
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