quit command in Memcached is typically used to close an existing connection to the Memcached server from a Ruby application. This comes handy when you wish to manage resources effectively or terminate unnecessary connections.
Here's an example of how to use the
quit method with Dalli, a popular Ruby gem for interfacing with Memcached servers:
In this example, we first establish a connection to the Memcached server running on localhost port 11211. We then perform some operations, like setting a value. Finally, we close the connection using the
close method (the equivalent of
Q: Can I use the same Memcached connection across multiple Ruby threads? A: No. The Dalli client objects are not designed to be thread-safe. Each thread should use its own client object.