Memcached Functions for MySQL 1.1

A set of MySQL UDFs (user defined functions) to work with memcached using libmemcached.

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What's new in Memcached Functions for MySQL 1.1:

  • I'm pleased to announce the release of Memcached Functions for MySQL version 1.1. I realized in the past few weeks, while writing my latest book "Expert PHP and MySQL", that there was no way to obtain the CAS value of a cached item in order to successfully use the function memc_cas(). So, I decided to create a new function, memc_get_cas(), which obtains the CAS value for an item so you can subsequently use this value in a memc_cas() call.
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DEVELOPED BY:
Brian Aker
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Memcached Functions for MySQL project is a set of MySQL UDFs (user defined functions) to work with memcached using libmemcached. With these functions you get, set, append, prepend and delete objects in memcached. Combine these functions with MySQL triggers and you can manage your memcached cache.

Memcached Functions for MySQL library makes use of libmemcached. You can also use memcached as a global sequence generator for MySQL by making use of the increment function. These functions are compatible with all versions of MySQL. The functions:

- memc_servers_set()
- memc_set()
- memc_get()
- memc_delete()
- memc_append()
- memc_prepend()
- memc_increment()
- memc_decrement()
- memc_replace()

Last updated on November 18th, 2009

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