brad at danga.com
Mon Aug 6 14:27:49 UTC 2007
On Mon, 6 Aug 2007, drpr0ctologist at gmail.com wrote:
> > You don't want to expose to your users where the files are really
> > stored - that's an internal detail.
> > Just do it as img.domain.com (or really better as img.domain.net or
> > some other domain that doesn't get cookies from your main site).
> > You can make perlbal talk to your tracker and then serve the files
> > from the appropriate file server.
> How do I get Perlbal to talk to my tracker? I see the Perlbal site, but
> don't see any references on how to them them talk.
Perlbal talks to your webserver, then your webserver talks to your tracker
(mogilefsd) or memcached (which has the results of get_paths), and your
webserver replies to Perlbal with the locations of the files in MogileFS
mogstored node(s), optionally telling Perlbal to cache that mapping
internally (Perlbal can internally cache a URL -> @locations for 'n'
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