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Started a new Conversation Laravel Cache Vs Symfony Cache Regarding Cache Stampede Prevention
My team is researching whether we should use laravel cache or symfony cache. The feature we are looking for is cache stampede prevention (for redis).
The symfony document mentions "The Cache Contracts also comes with built in Stampede prevention ... The first solution is to use locking: Locking is built-in by default. The second solution is ... The Probabilistic early expiration"
The laravel document does not mention stampede prevention, but it has a chapter for atomic-locks. We need to do it ourselves to only allow one PHP process to compute a specific key at a time.
The other obvious difference is Retrieve & Store, laravel has Cache::remember. symfony doesn't have remember, we need to expiresAfter at $cache->get() callback.
These are the obvious difference we find. So someone has more hands-on experience for them ?
Thanks a lot