Python web frameworks

Jan Claeys usenet at janc.be
Mon Nov 26 01:25:11 CET 2007


Op Fri, 23 Nov 2007 09:29:38 -0800, schreef BartlebyScrivener:

> I'm just learning Django and feeling my way through all of this server
> terminology. Where does Django's memcached feature fit into all of this?
> When you all speak of start up costs and memory intensive loading for
> each requests, doesn't the caching feature eliminate most of that
> overhead?

It helps a lot for data or content that is dynamically generated from 
database queries, but doesn't change too frequently.

> http://www.djangoproject.com/documentation/cache/
> 
> I'm probably mixing appliances and oragutans but just curious about how
> you experts feel about Django's caching.

I'm not an "expert", but I think Django's caching framework and the 
caching middleware are great.  :)


-- 
JanC



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