matt at zgroupplc.com
Wed Apr 11 03:53:39 EDT 2007
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On 11 Apr 2007, at 00:46, Jonathan Vanasco wrote:
>> the memcache operations are blocking within my nice deferred
>> environment. In lieu of a deferred memcache operation, would it be
>> wise to place this functionality in a twisted thread?
> what kind of blocking issues have you been experiencing?
> memcached has never given me significant/visible issues .
Its not that I have experienced any blocking issues. Its a conceptual
worry more than anything. I know that memcache is fast but, in
essence, the standard memcached client library still presents a
blocking operation within my nice deferred environment. Call me
pedantic but I'd like to maintain conceptual rigour. If you are
saying that for you it hasn't been a problem then I will happily take
your word for it.
Thanks for your reply,
m a t t h e w g l u b b
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