Memcached::increment

(PECL memcached >= 0.1.0)

Memcached::incrementIncrement numeric item's value

Descrizione

public int Memcached::increment ( string $key [, int $offset = 1 [, int $initial_value = 0 [, int $expiry = 0 ]]] )

Memcached::increment() increments a numeric item's value by the specified offset. If the item's value is not numeric, an error will result. Memcached::increment() will set the item to the initial_value parameter if the key doesn't exist.

Elenco dei parametri

key

The key of the item to increment.

offset

The amount by which to increment the item's value.

initial_value

The value to set the item to if it doesn't currently exist.

expiry

The expiry time to set on the item.

Valori restituiti

Returns new item's value on success o FALSE in caso di fallimento.

Esempi

Example #1 Memcached::increment() example

<?php
$m 
= new Memcached();
$m->addServer('localhost'11211);

$m->set('counter'0);
$m->increment('counter');
$n $m->increment('counter'10);
var_dump($n);

$m->set('counter''abc');
$n $m->increment('counter');
// ^ will fail due to item value not being numeric
var_dump($n);
?>

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Anonymous
1 year ago
Spent a long time frustrated with this.  If you read the patch notes carefully:

- Make increment/decrement initialize value when it is not available (when using binary protocol).

If you dont have the opt binary protocol set the arguments for initial value just return an error 38 - INVALID ARGUMENTS. This is not documented.
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Anonymous
11 months ago
If it'll save others some head-scratching, the PECL Memcached extension only supports initializing increment (or decrement) values from 2.0.0b2 onwards - i.e. not the version (1.0.2) that comes out of the box with Ubuntu 12.04.
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jbaginski
1 year ago
PECL memcached < 0.2.0

public int Memcached::increment ( string $key [, int $offset = 1 ] )
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Sam
2 years ago
increment does not alter the time to live of the object.
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