Hello, SP wrote: > Thanks dude I'll take a look at it. How do you get around caching only certain >parts of a > page?
No problem, just capture all the page output in a variable and feed it to the class. Regards, Manuel Lemos > > -----Original Message----- > From: Manuel Lemos [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] > Sent: May 5, 2002 4:01 PM > To: Sp > Cc: Miguel Cruz; Pag; Luc Saint-Elie > Subject: Re: [PHP] PHP compared to JSP > > > Hello, > > Sp wrote: > >>Does anyone think caching should be built into php for it to edge out the >competition? >>(like what smarty is doing) >> >>I mean a static page will always serve up faster then a dynamic one. Also even if >you > > are > >>getting 100 pages/sec on your database, you could cache it for 5 seconds and you save > > 500 > >>accesses to your database. Yeah the page would be at most 5 seconds old but no one > > would > >>know. > > > I have been doing that for quite some time and I can tell that it is not > worthy to cache just database query results but rather the pages that > are generated with the data that is returned with such queries. > > For that I have developed of a robust class that caches pages in files > while it prevents that concurrent accesses update the cache files > simultaneously to prevent corrupting the cached data. > > You may want to try getting it here: > > http://www.phpclasses.org/browse.html/package/313.html > > Regards, > Manuel Lemos > > > . > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php