file side memcached
chip at corelands.com
Wed May 31 01:19:24 UTC 2006
Cahill, Earl wrote:
>> BerkeleyDB is already used for multi-terabyte storage. In fact,
>> uses it. I don't think that would be an issue.
> Just to restate, BerkeleyDB, can easily handle large files (like 10 meg
> photos or the like), and I am betting tugela handles the locking issues
> that may have corrupted db files for me in the past?
While Berkeley DB can handle large values sizes (up to u_int32_t), there
are performance implications, and I would highly recommend you research
them and test them before storing large 10mb chunks of data in it :)
They are other issues with large data, such that you will most likely
want to use a variable sized value, which means you are unable to use
the Queue table type.
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