Boxen (was: conceptual overview?)
jbyers at jbyers.com
Tue Jan 16 01:29:44 UTC 2007
We run our storage nodes on our web heads. This makes sense for us
because we're mostly storing small files in mogile and we
aggressively cache them upstream (memcached, 'course). So we're not
too worried about keeping memory free for the buffer cache. Same for
CPU, mogstored uses a tiny fraction compared to our PHP processes.
On Jan 15, 2007, at 4:44 PM, Dag Arneson wrote:
> Is it a good idea to put storage nodes on the same machines as the
> pageservers for the application? Because that would be an easy way
> to increase N for both at the same time, but rendering can be a
> hog, so it could be better to keep them separate. Any data on this?
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