file side memcached
marc at corky.net
Thu Jun 1 08:13:41 UTC 2006
I believe that even though it is created by one of their staff it is not
actually in production use, I would recommend those interested in this
product to contact the author directly and enquire about performance, etc.
> On Tue, 2006-05-30 at 17:20 -0700, Cahill, Earl wrote:
>> Just to restate, BerkeleyDB, can easily handle large files (like 10 meg
>> photos or the like)
> Yes, I have put large objects into BerkeleyDB before and it seemed to
> work fine. You could rig something up yourself with mmap'ed files, but
> it's really hard to beat BerkeleyDB on performance.
>> and I am betting tugela handles the locking issues
>> that may have corrupted db files for me in the past?
> I've never used Tugela, so I can't vouch for how well it handles this.
> However, backing wikipedia.com probably gives it a pretty good
> shakedown. I'd say it's worth trying at least.
> - Perrin
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