Marcus Bointon marcus at
Wed Nov 28 09:45:17 UTC 2007

On 19 Nov 2007, at 18:39, Jeff Rooney wrote:

> My current setup has 3 servers running the memcache daemon with 2  
> frontend web servers. As part of storing the sessions I create a  
> memcache connection pool  containing all 3 of the backend servers  
> and store the session data, so far so good. Where my problem comes  
> into play is if one of the memcache daemons fails all session data  
> held within that server is lost, is there anyway to have a set up  
> data stored on multiple servers based on the same key? If a daemon  
> dies I would prefer to not lose all active sessions contained on  
> that system if at all possible.

As Perrin said, you're in square peg / round hole territory. Look at  
memcachedb or sharedance instead.

Marcus Bointon
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