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The Bakery:
Simple way to memcache (almost) all database queries
January 13, 2010 @ 13:20:56

On The Bakery (the CakePHP resource) there's a recent post looking at a simple way you can integrate database query caching (using memcache) into your CakePHP application's models.

Most common way to access data is a database. Most common way to speed this up - Memcached. As a quite young CakePHP developer I had a bit of headache "how to cache queries effectively?". Now I know the way, so I share.

Rafal's method, as seen in this example using the caching methods included with CakePHP to serialize and store the database queries out to a cache.

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