Memcache and Smarty

Michael Temeschinko mt at
Mon Sep 10 09:30:30 UTC 2007

J A schrieb:
> I've read that it's not good to use Memcache to cache MySQL queries,
> as the MySQL buffer already does this.  Instead, I should cache the
> html output.  Is this what one should always do?
> I'm running PHP and using Smarty for templates.  The PHP throws the
> output to Smarty, and Smarty is the thing that outputs the html.  Thus
> my application is not able to grab the html output.  Or is there a way
> to do it?
> For instance, in a page I might have a "about us" section, a "friends
> list", and a "blog list".  I'd like to cache each of those sections.
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