Strange memcached behavior on stress test
pault12345 at yahoo.com
Sun Jun 11 05:30:17 UTC 2006
Is it happening on 64bit linux by any chance?
We got the similiar trouble once - after running
memcached instance for 3 weeks in a row.
--- Stephen Woodbridge <woodbri at swoodbridge.com>
> Hi all,
> I asked a question in my email about the stress test
> script, but I think
> it might have gotten lost in the other information I
> posted. So I'll ask
> Running the stress test with multiple clients
> eventually starts to
> generate a lot of failures. After pushing a large
> number of GB through
> the cache (like 64 GB+, don't remember the exact
> number) we started
> getting a lot for failures on the test clients, like
> one was failing 30%
> and another failing 60% of its sets. Restarting the
> server cleared the
> problem until we pushed a lot of data through the
> cache again.
> So what is going on? Is this the cache fragmentation
> problem? Is there a
> fix for this problem? Other thoughts?
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