[geeklog-devel] Config caching (was: SOCNET)
Chris 'Chipper' Chiapusio
chipper at llamas.net
Thu Feb 25 10:31:04 EST 2010
On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 08:23:09PM +0100, Dirk Haun wrote:
>Randy Kolenko wrote:
>>For the configuration GUI project, there should be a caching mechanism
>>put into scope so that we can reduce the amount of times the config
>>class has to hit the database to pull configuration parameters out of
>>The resulting cached output would be generated in a file outside of web
>There's already a patch for that:
>But I'll have to ask the same question as in the bugtracker issue: Is
>there any evidence that this is a real problem?
What problem was solved when we moved the config into the database? was that
to make multi-host websites more managable? You should consider that
possiblity when creating the caching logic if this goes forward.
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