Simple questions from memcached newbie

Jeetendra Mirchandani jeetum at
Wed Oct 11 20:21:41 UTC 2006

On Wed, 2006-10-11 at 15:08 -0500, Andy wrote:
> The difference here is that memcached is at least an order of
> magnitude
> easier to setup and maintain than MySQL cluster, and adding an
> additional "storage backend" on memcached means you need to maintain
> two
> sets of software (memcached and mysql cluster) rather than one (for no
> advantage really, since NDB is a memory based store, just like
> memcached) resulting in increased complexity.

Thanks Andy for adding in. I totally missed the maintenance part. Apart
from performance, memcached is so simple to maintain. Mysql cluster
requires too much of configuration!


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