Pierre Demartines pierre at demartines.com
Tue May 15 04:33:58 UTC 2007

What's the status of Tugela-cache?

I just downloaded it from  http://svn.wikimedia.org/svnroot/mediawiki,
but at a quick glance it looks like it hasn't been modified since Nov.

Ideally, what I need is something like BigTable, i.e. a permanent
distributed storage for real-time data serving. It needs to be
reasonably fault-tolerant (say a server goes down for a while or a disk
goes bad; the system needs to keep working in the meantime, and when the
server comes back up, its own contribution to the distributed cache
needs to be repopulated transparently).  New servers can be added, old
ones removed.

While we are not a bank (losing a few records would not be
catastrophic), it would be bad to lose the content of an entire server.
In other words the data must always be present on at least two

For each key, my values are arrays of a dozen to a few thousands int64
values.  I'd love it to have the possibility to update just one or a few
of the elements in the array, rather than the whole array.

Any suggestion?



More information about the memcached mailing list