peterchiu at jobsdb.com
Mon Oct 1 06:31:04 UTC 2007
My previous mail might be confusing.. pls let me clarify:
One instance of Memcached using 30GB of RAM running on each server. That
is, a total of 10 instances of Memcached
15 instances of Memcached, each using 2GB RAM, running on each server.
That is, (a total of 15 instances on each server) x (10 servers) = 150
instances of Memcached
From: memcached-bounces at lists.danga.com
[mailto:memcached-bounces at lists.danga.com] On Behalf Of Peter Chiu
Sent: Monday, October 01, 2007 2:27 PM
Subject: memory partitioning
Let's say I have 10 machines running RedHat Enterprise 64-bit, each with
32GB of RAM. What's the best partitioning strategy to run Memcached? Is
it better to run 10 instances of memcached on each server, each using
30GB or RAM? Or is it better to run 15 instances of memcached on each
server, each using 2GB of RAM.. that is, total of 150 instances of
memcached on 10 different servers?
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the memcached