memcachedb 0.0.3 is released

Steve Chu stvchu at
Sat Sep 29 10:23:04 UTC 2007

Some similar, but memcachedb is transaction protected, more reliable
and support large scale data storing. As I know, sharedance is using
mmap, and has a limit size of data. Besides, Memcachedb has a lot of
memcached client available.

On 9/29/07, Marcus Bointon <marcus at> wrote:
> On 29 Sep 2007, at 08:56, K J wrote:
> Sorry to be dense here, but exactly what kinds of situations would
> Memcachedb be useful in, vs. Memcache or MySQL?  If you guys can give
> examples it would make this clearer.
> I'd say it's fairly similar to sharedance (
> Just a generic, persistent object store. Sharedance uses plain files rather
> than a db.
> Marcus
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