[web-devel] Persistent and caching

Greg Weber greg at gregweber.info
Thu Nov 3 20:02:07 CET 2011

Hi Konstantin,

Your question would be better asked on the Yesod mail list where most of
the Persistent maintainers and users are:
At present, Persistent has no plans to implement write-through caching,
although you aren't the first to bring it up. Good caching is often very
application and database specific, so we aren't sure how much widespread
benefit such a feature will have. We would gladly help someone implement
such a feature though.

Greg Weber

On Thu, Nov 3, 2011 at 11:37 AM, Konstantin Litvinenko <
to.darkangel at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi All
> I want to know how to archive db object memory caching like it done in
> Java Hibernate.
> Using persistent I can more-less easily CRUD object. My application
> working with lots of individual objects (most of the time I need to read
> objects) and I want to have some transparent cache system to lower database
> pressure.
> Is there some plans to implement such functionality?
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