Josh Berkus <josh(at)agliodbs(dot)com> writes:
> So memcached becomes a very good place to stick data that's read often but not
> updated often, or alternately data that changes often but is disposable. An
> example of the former is a user+ACL list; and example of the latter is web
> session information ... or simple materialized views.
I would like very much to use something like memcached for a materialized view
I have. The problem is that I have to join it against other tables.
I've thought about providing a SRF in postgres to read records out of
memcached but I'm unclear it would it really help at all.
Has anyone tried anything like this?
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