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Memcached::add
Add an item under a new key. Similar to Memcached::set(), but the operation fails if the key already exists on the server
Memcached::addByKey
Add an item under a new key on a specific server
Memcached::addServer
Add a server to the server pool
Memcached::addServers
Add multiple servers to the server pool
Memcached::append
Append data to an existing item
Memcached::appendByKey
Append data to an existing item on a specific server
Memcached::cas
Performs a "check and set" operation, so that the item will be stored only if no other client has updated it since it was last fetched by this client
Memcached::casByKey
Compare and swap an item on a specific server
Memcached::__construct
Creates a Memcached instance representing the connection to the memcache servers
Memcached::decrement
Decrements a numeric item's value by the specified offset
Memcached::delete
Deletes the key from the server
Memcached::deleteByKey
Delete an item from a specific server
Memcached::fetch
Retrieves the next result from the last request
Memcached::fetchAll
Retrieves all the remaining results from the last request
Memcached::flush
Invalidates all existing cache items immediately (by default) or after the delay specified
Memcached::get
Returns the item that was previously stored under the key
Memcached::getByKey
Retrieve an item from a specific server
Memcached::getDelayed
Issues a request to memcache for multiple items the keys of which are specified in the keys array
Memcached::getDelayedByKey
Request multiple items from a specific server
Memcached::getMulti
Is similar to Memcached::get(), but instead of a single key item, it retrieves multiple items the keys
Memcached::getMultiByKey
Retrieve multiple items from a specific server
Memcached::getOption
This method returns the value of a Memcached option
Memcached::getResultCode
Returns one of the Memcached::RES_* constants that is the result of the last executed Memcached method
Memcached::getResultMessage
Returns a string that describes the result code of the last executed Memcached method
Memcached::getServerByKey
Returns the server that would be selected by a particular server_key
Memcached::getServerList
Returns the list of all servers that are in its server pool
Memcached::getStats
Returns an array containing the state of all available memcache servers
Memcached::getVersion
Returns an array containing the version info for all available memcache servers
Memcached::increment
Increments a numeric item's value by the specified offset. If the item's value is not numeric, it is treated as if the value were 0
Memcached::prepend
Prepends the given value string to the value of an existing item
Memcached::prependByKey
Prepend data to an existing item on a specific server
Memcached::replace
Similar to Memcached::set(), but the operation fails if the key does not exist on the server
Memcached::replaceByKey
Replace the item under an existing key on a specific server
Memcached::set
Stores the value on a memcache server under the specified key
Memcached::setByKey
Store an item on a specific server
Memcached::setMulti
Similar to Memcached::set(), but instead of a single key/value item, it works on multiple items specified in items
Memcached::setMultiByKey
Store multiple items on a specific server
Memcached::setOption
Sets the value of a Memcached option