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Subject:HTML generation and Memcache
Summary:HTML generation and Memcache
Author:Keimpe de Jong
Date:2015-09-15 11:54:42

  1. HTML generation and Memcache   Reply   Report abuse  
Picture of Keimpe de Jong Keimpe de Jong - 2015-09-15 11:54:42
For a menu that is created from a DB, it might be better to generate static daily html.

Also Memcache is a good way to store frequently used db entries that are mostly read and not written to. This reduces disk reads.
Get from memcache
Set to memcache and write to DB.

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Picture of Joseluis Laso Joseluis Laso - 2015-09-15 12:41:24 - In reply to message 1 from Keimpe de Jong
You are right, Keimpe.

For generating a menu from DB I'll choose generate static html or precached content with twig or something like that.

Relating with memcached you are right as well. But I pretended to offer a pure PHP native solution for that problem.

Thank you for your comment.

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