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Wed Oct 18 19:13:45 UTC 2006
In short, Memcached does not store a replica of any data!
Although, there have been discussions about this.
See these posts:
On 10/18/06, Prateek Mathur <mathurprateek at gmail.com> wrote:
> Does memcached support failover for the several memcached instances that are
> Memcached is a global cache where entries of the cached are *uniquely*
> distributed over a number of memcached instances(servers).
> So if there is a strong requirement of having a failover system,would
> memcached fit in this system? In other words, if a particular memcached
> server goes down,can those server's keys and values be available on some
> other running instance?
> Fail over systems generally make redundant entries on different instances of
> servers.So how can memcached fit in such a model if needed?
"Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one."
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