the write strategy of the client implement affects the
set performance dramatically?
dean.harding at dload.com.au
Wed Mar 5 01:54:44 UTC 2008
Maxim Dounin wrote:
> You may note that first packet was ack'ed after 100ms - default delayed
> ack timeout in FreeBSD. Since your next packet is small - OS waits
> before sending it, and sends only after previous packet was ack'ed. And
> since memcached don't get the whole request, it has nothing to answer -
> so ack was sent only after timeout.
> Setting net.inet.tcp.delayed_ack to 0 makes times much more real:
I would suggest that you simply send the packet in one write() call,
rather than setting TCP_NODELAY. Since memcache has a maximum size of
1MB anyway, you're not going to be creating impossibly big memory
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