Cache::Redis - Redis client specialized for cache
use Cache::Redis; my $cache = Cache::Redis->new( server => 'localhost:9999', namespace => 'cache:', ); $cache->set('key', 'val'); my $val = $cache->get('key'); $cache->remove('key');
This module is for cache of Redis backend having Cache::Cache like interface.
THIS IS A DEVELOPMENT RELEASE. API MAY CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Create a new cache object. Various options may be set in
%options, which affect the behaviour of the cache (defaults in parentheses):
Instance of Redis class are used as backend. If this is not passed, Cache::Redis load from
The class for backend.
default_expires_in (60*60*24 * 30)
The default expiration seconds for objects place in the cache.
The namespace associated with this cache.
If enabled, when you call a method that only returns its success status (like "set"), in a void context, it sends the request to the server and returns immediately, not waiting the reply. This avoids the round-trip latency at a cost of uncertain command outcome.
Serializer. 'MessagePack' and 'Storable' are usable. if `serialize_methods` option is specified, this option is ignored.
The value is a reference to an array holding two code references for serialization and de-serialization routines respectively.
Redis server information. You can use `sock` option instead of this and can specify all other Redis constructor options to
Set a stuff to cache.
Set multiple stuffs to cache. stuffs is array reference.
Get a stuff from cache.
Get multiple stuffs as hash reference from cache.
@keys should be array. A key is not stored on cache don't be contain
Remove stuff of key from cache.
Get a cache value for $key if it's already cached. If it's not cached then, run $code and cache $expiration seconds and return the value.
Wait all response from Redis. This is intended for
Perl 5.8.1 or later.
All complex software has bugs lurking in it, and this module is no exception. If you find a bug please either email me, or add the bug to cpan-RT.
Masayuki Matsuki <email@example.com>
Copyright (c) 2013, Masayuki Matsuki. All rights reserved.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.