On Thu, Dec 1, 2016, at 03:24 AM, Josh Di Fabio wrote:
> > Different CacheInterface instances MAY be backed by the same datastore, *but
> MUST be logically independent.*
> 
> The second clause seems to be needlessly restrictive and appears to be
> incompatible with decorators. What is the purpose of this clause?

If the pools aren't logically independent, their namespaces end up
colliding. They need to be logically distinct, even if they are on the
same physical server. I'm not clear how that is an issue for decorators.

--Larry Garfield

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