Is memcached a good way to store session share ammong web
peter at peterbengtson.com
Mon Nov 13 10:03:20 UTC 2006
You don't need to resort to other software. Simply set up a separate
instance of memcache and configure it never to evict data using a
simple command line option. Very simple to do, and very reliable. And
it does not require any additional software.
On 13 nov 2006, at 10.59, Marcus Bointon wrote:
> On 13 Nov 2006, at 04:37, howard chen wrote:
>> why need to store the session on the database?
>> why not just use memcached as a shared drive for session?
> As has been said, because the session data can be evicted, kicking
> out users from your system. A better, non-database system for
> sessions is sharedance which is like memcache with disk storage:
> http://sharedance.pureftpd.org/ especially in conjunction with the
> recent addition of http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpdance
> Marcus Bointon
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