benchmark for single-threaded vs. multi-threaded memcached
sgrimm at facebook.com
Fri May 18 05:24:50 UTC 2007
Les Mikesell wrote:
> Wouldn't it also make sense to compare the threaded version against
> running n instances of the unthreaded version where n= the number of
> CPUs available?
It might be interesting, sure, but it's not quite apples-to-apples since
those are n separate caches that don't interact with one another at all,
whereas an n-threaded instance is a single interface to a single cache.
Also, that requires a different code path on the client side (multigets
will need to be split among multiple servers) which might affect the
But sure, wouldn't hurt to see that as well.
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