Transparent failover and restore?
Kevin A. Burton
burton at newsmonster.org
Thu Dec 16 22:03:19 PST 2004
If you have nodes in your cluster that contain around 2G of data it
could take a LONG time and provide unacceptable delay in your
application should it fail.
Are there any plans to have redundant and load balanced memcached nodes
that can restore from their clone when they come back online?
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