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From Rasmus Lerdorf <ras...@lerdorf.on.ca>
Subject Re: Apache 2.0/NSPR
Date Wed, 09 Sep 1998 23:42:03 GMT
> cache-read -> PHP -> cache-write -> client
> 
> Or maybe it's the same request with the same User-Agent, and it can pull
> the whole thing out of the cache:
> 
> cache-read -> client
> 
> (this last one can be done in the kernel, or in an otherwise streamlined
> manner. Much speedup. And the neat thing is that neither the database nor
> mod_php have to know *anything* about it, as long as they properly report
> their metadata. We'll need to make that sure that's easy for module
> authors to have their modules do.)

Well, it goes a step beyond that.  I would have to pass this on to the
actual PHP script author.  I can't analyze a PHP script and determine the
metadata.  Well, I could try, but there are so many different ways that a
script can vary from one hit to the next that it wouldn't be feasible.

-Rasmus


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