another newbie ..
genseric at gmail.com
Wed Apr 11 01:21:31 UTC 2007
hi all ,
i am currently working on a new community application, a pretty complex
one(not in US :) )
well i ve been thinking of mysql clustering ( all heap tables ) for session
being sure of what i d do, i was roaming on web. hell i ve seen the
memcached, peace of bob marley was lost. digged and digged all i found was
, innovation! ( omg )
i ve read some of you guys, sharing GREAT nfo, thanks to all those for being
generous themselves, i really wanna shout that out, cause my thoughts
well as i said i am on a pretty big project, all developing myself. i
already(mostly) have the smarty engine caching system( my saviour) planned.
for sessions and some other stuff that i need, i m thinking of using the
sweet juicy memcached.
the real deal is , i got a few questions to shoot,
and i know it s lame but i ll use numbers..
1. get status method, does that work accurate, i mean can i use that info to
load balance the mc'd servers? ( if 1st is full, try the 2.)
2. i ll let the application( all codes and ..) work on some seperate
server(s). but, i just thought that the servers running only app( php
actually) may run their own memcached daemon(just with some 256mb like ram
setting). just to help the mc'd network.
sure i ll monitor but, do you think it may slow down the application a lot
3. i read some about the facebook patched version, me confused, i must say
:) which is the most accurate one for some application like i said..?
something like imeem.com 's
4. zend has some caching module as well i recall. are these 2 in some same
path? if so , any benchmark info?
well guys thanks a lot for reading. i m waiting to share my status.
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