A pure python module to access memcached via its binary protocol with SASL auth support
A pure python module (thread safe) to access memcached via it’s binary with SASL auth support.
The main purpose of this module it to be able to communicate with memcached using binary protocol and support authentication, so it can work with Heroku for example.
Latest compiled docs on Read The Docs here.
Use pip or easy_install.
pip install python-binary-memcached
import bmemcached client = bmemcached.Client(('127.0.0.1:11211', ), 'user', 'password') client.set('key', 'value') print(client.get('key'))
Using it with distributed keys
import bmemcached client = bmemcached.DistributedClient( ('127.0.0.1:11211', ), 'user', 'password' ) client.set('key', 'value') print(client.get('key'))
Running the tests
First run memcached with:
memcached -S -vvv memcached -p5000 -S -vvv memcached -S -s/tmp/memcached.sock -vvv
This is to cover all tests with socket, standard port and non standard port.
Then, run the tests.
cd src_dir/ py.test
Using with Django
If you want to use it with Django, go to django-bmemcached to get a Django backend.
- moved bmemcached.Client to bmemcached.ReplicantClient but keeps backward compatibility
- added DistributedClient to distribute keys over servers using consistent hashing
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