Ask Bjørn Hansen ask at develooper.com
Tue May 15 06:05:30 UTC 2007

On May 14, 2007, at 9:33 PM, Pierre Demartines wrote:

> 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.

mogilefs (or GlusterFS in an upcoming version) is sorta like this.   
Not nearly the speed of memcached of course, but ...  Depending on  
your dataset then MySQL Cluster might also be in the ballpark.

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