Simple questions from memcached newbie
NTPT at seznam.cz
Wed Oct 11 22:47:21 UTC 2006
and what about SQLITE as storage backend ?
(just dumb question....)
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> Od: Andy <memcached at thwartedefforts.org>
> Předmět: Re: Simple questions from memcached newbie
> Datum: 12.10.2006 00:37:10
> On Wed, 2006-10-11 at 12:45 -0700, Ask Bjørn Hansen wrote:
> > On Oct 11, 2006, at 11:29 AM, Jeetendra Mirchandani wrote:
> > > Going a little off topic here, has somebody worked on writing a data
> > > redundancy layer over memcached?
> > >
> > > What I would love to have is memcached servers talking to each other
> > > maintaining replicas, so that even if a server goes down, the data is
> > > not lost.
> > The default reply is "you want MySQL Cluster".
> > Since people keep wanting to use the memcached interface for this,
> > maybe MySQL Cluster (as in NDB) could be a storage backend for
> > memcached.
> 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.
> A memcached client interface on MySQL would help people transition,
> ahem, away from memcached (or it might bring users into the fold).
> Memcached remains dead simple to setup and dead simple to use and dead
> simple to make more "reliable", by either changing your client code to
> make the client "smarter" (to send/try multiple servers, for example),
> or by adding additional nodes to reduce the percentage of data on any
> single node to whatever low amount you feel is appropriate. These are
> most definitely _virtues_ of memcached.
> Andy <memcached at thwartedefforts.org>
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