[wp-hackers] XCache Variable Storage vs. WP Object Cache
computerguru at neosmart.net
Sun Sep 16 09:31:09 GMT 2007
OK, I'm having some problems here... can anyone help?
I've completed the plugin (using same basic code as Ryan's memcache
plugin), but it crashes my (Windoze) server with memory access
Only thing I can think of is this warning on the XCache site:
Warning : At the moment, It is not possible to store resources,
callbacks or objects using xcache_* functions.
Does WP Object Cache attempt to cache any of these? If so, is there
any way of stopping it from doing so?
On 9/16/07, Stephane Daury <wordpress at tekartist.org> wrote:
> /me loooove memcache
> But I wish php/memcache would allow for:
> - regex for keymapping
> - tag keys like done in the Zend Framework
> On Sep 16, 2007, at 3:32, Tom Barta wrote:
> >> But it is almost always going to be faster to use a memory-based
> >> object storage engine than the built-in file-based method, as
> >> retrieving data from memory is orders of magnitude faster than
> >> retrieving data from a hard disk.
> > I don't have any hard numbers at the moment, but I was playing with
> > memcache at one point and discovered something surprising (and
> > disheartening about PHP); Caching arbitrary objects with memcache
> > (within a single request) was faster than using a PHP associative
> > array as a cache! Memcache is wicked fast.
> > --
> > Tom
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