Cache::CacheMetaData -- data about objects in the cache
The CacheMetaData object is used by size aware caches to keep track of the state of the cache and efficiently return information such as an objects size or an ordered list of identifiers to be removed when a cache size is being limited. End users will not normally use CacheMetaData directly.
my $cache_meta_data = new Cache::CacheMetaData( );
foreach my $key ( $cache->get_keys( ) )
my $object = $cache->get_object( $key ) or
$cache_meta_data->insert( $object );
my $current_size = $cache_meta_data->get_cache_size( );
my @removal_list = $cache_meta_data->build_removal_list( );
Construct a new Cache::CacheMetaData object
Inform the CacheMetaData about the object $object in the cache.
Inform the CacheMetaData that the object specified by $key is no longer in the cache.
Create a list of the keys in the cache, ordered as follows:
1) objects that expire now
2) objects expiring at a particular time, with ties broken by the time at which they were least recently accessed
3) objects that never expire, sub ordered by the time at which they were least recently accessed
NOTE: This could be improved further by taking the size into account on accessed_at ties. However, this type of tie is unlikely in normal usage.
Return the size of an object specified by $key.
The total size of the objects in the cache
Cache::Cache, Cache::CacheSizer, Cache::SizeAwareCache
Original author: DeWitt Clinton <email@example.com>
Last author: $Author: dclinton $
Copyright (C) 2001-2003 DeWitt Clinton
To install Cache::Cache, copy and paste the appropriate command in to your terminal.
perl -MCPAN -e shell
For more information on module installation, please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide.