memcached "backends" (was Re: Simple questions from
jeetum at gmail.com
Thu Oct 12 21:14:50 UTC 2006
> Then you should check out Tugela Cache as Garth already mentioned in
> this thread. It is a drop in replacement for the memcached server side
> and stores things in a BDB file, so you don't loose data across
I actually wanted a combination. A durable store, ok if it is a little
slow, and a fast in-memory cache.
BTW, how reliable is Tugela? Any experiences?
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