multithreaded version of memcached on solaris?
aavinashn at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 27 07:34:06 UTC 2006
Thanks, thanks a lot for all the information and a
very fast response..
I will try it out and keep you/list posted
--- Steven Grimm <sgrimm at facebook.com> wrote:
> For the moment the multithreading support is only
> available in the
> memcached Subversion repository, where it lives in
> its own branch. If you do
> svn co
> you'll get it. I have compiled it using the latest
> Sun Studio Express
> preview release compiler on Linux, but I haven't
> tried it on Solaris
> yet. No reason it shouldn't work, though; it uses
> the standard POSIX
> thread APIs which are well-supported under Solaris.
> Note that you have
> to run the configure script with an
> "--enable-threads" argument to turn
> on thread support. (And when you check it out from
> Subversion, you'll
> need to run autogen.sh to create the configure
> This is still brand-new code; it was just checked
> into Subversion in the
> last week. At Facebook we are running it on many of
> our production
> servers under heavy load and it appears stable, but
> it is possible that
> there are bugs that aren't exposed by our
> application's usage patterns.
> So it's probably a good idea to run it in a test
> environment before
> deploying it to any production servers. If you run
> into any problems
> with it, please email the memcached list with the
> details so they can be
> Actually, please let us know if you run it and
> *don't* run into any
> problems -- success reports are important too.
> avinash namjoshi wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I went through the mail archives, but some how
> > not get this information.
> > Can somebody give me this information or any
> > 1. Is there a "multithreaded" version of memcached
> > available on solaris?
> > I got this software from danga.com, but it appears
> > be single threaded.
> > Any information on last "tested multithreaded
> > of memcached on any platform or any pointer on
> > in this direction would greatly help
> > regards,
> > Avinash
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