Aidan.Samuel at digitallook.com
Tue Jul 1 10:37:22 UTC 2008
I know this is a bit of a shot in the dark, but I thought I'd give it a
We have perl reading/writing from/to our memcache server, and java just
reading. Perl is working fine, but java only works /most/ of the time.
For particular keys, java gets junk data returned.
I think java is hashing its keys before sending to the memcache server,
whereas perl are send the keys in plaintext and let memcache do the
magic*. Could this be it? I think we are using CRC32.
Are there any known issues to be aware of, or common pitfalls in this
* I can only see the perl side, I'm not sure if my java related info is
correct or even possible!
Thanks for any help, I really appreciate it!
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