file side memcached
abergman at sixapart.com
Fri Jun 2 00:15:43 UTC 2006
On Jun 1, 2006, at 4:50 PM, rm_memcached at cheapcomplexdevices.com wrote:
> Why not just run memcached with a larger memory size than physical
> memory and let the kernel's swaping logic handle which blocks and
> when get swapped out?
> I'd guess that memcached's memory access pattern (slabs and hash
> tables) are pretty friendly to the virtual memory system, at least
> compared to trees or other structures that need walking.
> Currently I note that some memory on the systems where I have
> memcached running is swapped out - not sure if that's memcached
> memory or not; but I'd guess so since the cache is so large at
> least parts of it are likely to be relatively infrequently used.
What kernel do you trust to do any kind of swapping in a production
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