Phillip B Oldham phill at
Thu Apr 16 11:20:26 MSD 2009

Barry Abrahamson wrote:
> Yes, except the vast majority images are generated dynamically, so 
> they don't exist on a filesystem anywhere :)
Wouldn't it be faster to have the image generation script push the file 
to a memcached store on creation, and have nginx check this store before 
falling back to the generation script?

*Phillip B Oldham*
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