Like mysql 5.6 - innodb memcached
we could map a TCP/UDP PORT to a mariadb db.table (no matter if it's aria,innodb or other engine)
I'm thinking something in configuration file like:
it will create 2 tcp and 2udp 'servers'
when a user send a GET/SET/other memcached command over a determined port, the server will lock the table (or the row when possible) of that port, and execute the get/set and return the value via memcached protocol
no query cache here (maybe we could implement?)
maybe we have many work done in mysql 5.6 code
i'm happy with handler protocol, but i have some old/new codes that still using a dedicated memcache server, and i want to remove them and use only one mariadb server (it's easier to solve problem with only one server)