[NCBC-44] Optimize multiple set (multi-set or mset bulk update) with setq Created: 21/May/12 Updated: 04/Dec/13
|Project:||Couchbase .NET client library|
|Reporter:||Tim Smith (Inactive)||Assignee:||Jeff Morris|
|Remaining Estimate:||Not Specified|
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The Java client, and others, implement a more efficient bulk loading feature when multiple updates are sent to the cluster at one time. They use setq to send multiple requests without needing to round-trip the result after each one.
The .NET client does not implement this; it only implements a multi-get operation. The multi-set is important for efficiently loading data.
This probaby doesn't have to be Couchbase-specific, but would apply to vanilla memcached servers, too.
|Comment by Tim Smith (Inactive) [ 21/May/12 ]|
To be clear, I'm talking about the kind of optimization described here: