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Add Date: 06/22/2012
This small article on the problems of using Memcached and the Zend Framework.

When developing Web applications based on the above-mentioned binder is always a problem arose, I decided to elegant and compact way. It is a failure in Memcached and how to catch.

It happens that the Memcached daemon stops working and then use the usual adapters Zend_Cache_Backend your site will be unusable. But how to catch this situation? After all, when it occurs is not evident Exception connection or something like that, just a regular Warning.

I really wanted to address this issue in the use of caching files as a backup method of reducing the load on the server, as well as support the operation of the site.

To do this, I came up with the following solution:

1.after creating the object Zend_Cache check the possibility of saving some of the information in the cache;

2.If we were not able to do this, then we create another instance of Zend_Cache, which only works with files;

3.only if we return our object Zend_Cache;

Of course I will give a small piece of code for a better understanding of the above:

Basically, that's all. Now you all will run smoothly, but if you do not forget to check write permissions to the cache folder for the files, of course :)

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