Is memcached a good way to store session share ammong web
jeremy at smokehabanos.com
Mon Nov 27 22:07:08 UTC 2006
What about something like ICP for squid? Has this ever been considered?
On 11/27/06 2:04 PM, "Serhat Sakarya" <serhat at sakarya.nl> wrote:
> We're using clustered sessions too. However, we decided to kick out PHP's
> session handler altogether and just use our own Session object. It's really
> not that much more complicated. The session cookie handling is quite
> I completely agree with your point regarding the load balancer. It's nice to
> be able to connect to any node and still be logged in with the same session.
> This moves the complexity away from possibly expensive load balancers.
> On 11/16/06, Kevin Burton <burton at tailrank.com> wrote:
>> We (Tailrank) are using memcached to store PHP sessions. I can publish the
>> code if anyone's interested. We basically save/restore $_SESSION within
>> We over provision our memcached nodes so the LRU GC doesn't kick in.
>> It works really well. This also means that our load balancer can be stupid
>> as hell and doesn't need to worry about what HTTP server to send a user since
>> any machine has access to the session anywhere with the cluster.
>> On 11/12/06, howard chen < howachen at gmail.com <mailto:howachen at gmail.com> >
>>> Anyone used memcached to store sessions?
>>> Are there any special thing need to take care of? e.g. session expire?
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