memcachedb 0.0.3 is released

K J sanbat at
Sat Sep 29 10:03:14 UTC 2007

> memcachedb is designed for high-frequency writing and reading, when
> your data structure is simple but with a high writing load, usually
> when your writing load is equal to reading, it works.
> So it is good for site counter(that usually slows the whole mysql) and
> index servers, also any high writing and reading situation.
> Now memcachedb is working for our high-traffic site countering service
> with a writing load of 1500+ per second per daemon, and with a
> moderate load of CPU. The response time is less than 50ms when we give
> it a apache module httpd frontend.
> Google Account is good example to using Berkeley DB, though without
> using memcache front end. Memcachedb has the same architecture goal
> with it.
> See:

So does Memcachedb ever write the data back to say a MySQL db, or it by
itself is the db?
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