Transparent failover and restore?

Kevin A. Burton burton at
Sun Dec 19 15:50:35 PST 2004

Brad Fitzpatrick wrote:

>If you want to use memcached as a data store instead of a /cache/, then
>use MySQL Cluster:
>It was designed for that, doing the whole redundant storage and two-phase
>commit thing, while memcached was designed to be a cache.
MySQL cluster is still a bit early ... It also doesn't provide disk 
based storage (all memory) so hence it can be very expensive to deploy.



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