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caching query results
Posted by: Robin Hughes
Date: October 26, 2009 09:01AM

I would like to start using the memcached MySQL UDFs, but I am having trouble getting past the very simple tutorial cases.

How does one cache the results of a complicated query where the key of the results are not known in advance? Would you just use the text of the query as the key?

If so, how does one invalidate the cached results when there is no obvious binding between the query text and the tables involved in the query?

Also, can anyone comment on whether or not or how the memcached can be used for quereis that may return a very large result set.

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