Bas Scheffers wrote: is brilliant. I have not used it in AOLserver yet, though. There is a Tcl only client but for best performance you'd probably be best off creating a module using one of the C libraries available.

When I last tried memcached, I used the tclmemcached client, which links against a C library (libmemcache).

The problem was that it didn't pool the connections to memcached, but opens a new connection for each request and was not very good at recycling them. This caused some problems on my system.

Is there a solution to this problem? (I was just a memcached neophyte, so it might be something obvious.)


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