libevent and epoll
Mon, 29 Sep 2003 12:42:00 -0700 (PDT)
I'll work on getting it in CPAN.
When you write your article, please either leave memcache out, or address
its real nature (distributed, lockless, self-cleaning/-tuning). I'd hate
for some pour soul to start using Cache::Cache with its shared memory
backend because it's n% faster or only n% slower than memcache.
(And has the Cache::Cache guy fixed the terrible performance when it
prunes itself yet? It was O(n) before.)
On Mon, 29 Sep 2003, Perrin Harkins wrote:
> On Mon, 2003-09-29 at 02:56, Brad Fitzpatrick wrote:
> > I tuned Memcached's Perl library, removing the dependence on the slow
> > IO::Socket library. Checking it into CVS now.
> Cool! I'll watch for a release on the clients page. I also got a
> pretty good speed-up by skipping the hashing when there is only one
> memcached server.
> By the way, putting it on CPAN would be very easy, since you already
> have the standard Makefile.PL stuff in place. There are instructions
> > What are you doing all this benchmark work for, anyway?
> I'm writing an article for perl.com, based on a talk I gave at the
> O'Reilly Open Source Convention a couple of years ago. I'll also be
> doing a presentation on it in New York City later this year.
> - Perrin