Yes that is the point - I need an area to store a hash outside of my plack
cycle. Local hashes get overwritten because plack spawns a new child
through each cycle.
On Tuesday, November 24, 2015 at 10:29:17 AM UTC-7, perrin wrote:
On Tue, Nov 24, 2015 at 12:21 PM, Joseph Norris <joze...@gmail.com
process 1 -> set($tag1,$hash); data unique to process 1
process 1 -> get($tag1,$hash);
process 2 -> set ($tag2,$hash); data unique to process 2
process 2 -> get($tag2,$hash);
I'm not sure what you're trying to do. Assuming that $tag ne $tag2, there
is no data being shared here and no point to using memcached. The normal
thing would be for the key to be the same in both processes so they can
both get and set the same data. The actual hashes in local memory are
different of course.
each process must have a unique key to manipulate the hash via set and get
No, if they each have a unique key, they will be looking at totally
different data in memcached and not sharing.
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