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CHI::Driver::Memcached -- Distributed cache via memcached (memory cache daemon)
use CHI; my $cache = CHI->new( driver => 'Memcached', # or 'Memcached::Fast', or 'Memcached::libmemcached' namespace => 'products', servers => [ "10.0.0.15:11211", "10.0.0.15:11212", "/var/sock/memcached", "10.0.0.17:11211", [ "10.0.0.17:11211", 3 ] ], debug => 0, compress_threshold => 10_000, );
A CHI driver that uses Cache::Memcached to store data in the specified memcached server(s).
CHI::Driver::Memcached::Fast and CHI::Driver::Memcached::libmemcached are also available as part of this distribution. They work with other Memcached clients and support a similar feature set. Documentation for all three modules is presented below.
Namespace, appended with ":", is passed along to the Cached::Memcached::* constructor, along with any constructor options not recognized by CHI - for example servers, compress_threshold and debug.
If you need more control over the options passed to Cache::Memcached::*, you may specify a hash directly in
Besides the standard CHI methods:
Returns a handle to the underlying Cache::Memcached::* object. You can use this to call memcached-specific methods that are not supported by the general API, e.g.
$self->memd->incr("key"); my $stats = $self->memd->stats();
These standard CHI methods cannot currently be supported by memcached, chiefly because there is no way to get a list of stored keys.
Questions and feedback are welcome, and should be directed to the perl-cache mailing list:
Bugs and feature requests will be tracked at RT:
The latest source code can be browsed and fetched at:
http://github.com/jonswar/perl-chi-driver-memcached/tree/master git clone git://github.com/jonswar/perl-chi-driver-memcached.git
Copyright (C) 2007 Jonathan Swartz.
CHI::Driver::Memcached is provided "as is" and without any express or implied warranties, including, without limitation, the implied warranties of merchantibility and fitness for a particular purpose.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
This software is copyright (c) 2011 by Jonathan Swartz.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.