[development] Memcache API and performance options

Don donald at fane.com
Tue Jul 27 17:21:27 UTC 2010

Great. It certainly seems to be a great option to have.
Thanks very much.

On 7/27/2010 1:10 PM, John Fiala wrote:
> Well, you're right - the memcache api is overriding the cache_get and
> cache_set functions in standard Drupal to read/write to memcache
> instead of to the tables.
> You do still need to turn on the performance options to get the full
> benefit of that - such as the page cache, block caching, and so on.
> That said, block caching can be a bit odd if someone's not been paying
> attention as they've created custom blocks - by default blocks get
> cached by role, but sometimes you want something more specific than
> that... I suggest turning the performance optimizations on and doing
> some testing... hopefully you can clone off a dev copy of the site.

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