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Friday, June 29, 2007
Memcache is a technology which caches objects in memory where your web application can get to them really fast. It is used by sites such as Digg.com, Facebook.com and NowPublic.com and is widely recognized as an essential ingredient in scaling any LAMP application to handle enormous traffic. Drupal has modules to leverage memcache, but setting up the right tools on a Linux server can be daunting. This article leads you through that process, step by step.