Notes from the fourth memcached hackathon of undetermined
mike503 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 16 22:22:50 UTC 2008
On 4/16/08, Dustin Sallings <dustin at spy.net> wrote:
> * get (returns an object or error; does not return key)
> * getq (returns an object; does not return missing; does not return
is the "q" something like "get quietly" ?
> * getk (returns an object with key or error)
> * getkq (returns an object with key; does not return missing)
Do any of these return a "cache miss" message, or does it only return
if there is an error? If I read this right, "get" and "getk" both
return a miss...
I could see client libraries benefitting from a "miss" message (for
all I know it could already be in the protocol though and my client
just doesn't do anything with it.)
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