Marcus Bointon marcus at
Tue Oct 23 19:49:13 UTC 2007

On 23 Oct 2007, at 20:17, Brian Beuning wrote:

> One instance of memcached could handle our tiny 400 MB with no  
> problem.
> It can probably even handle the load of 100 processes hitting it.   
> But I am
> concerned if memcached went down then we would miss our fixed time  
> window.
> Ideally we would like to have a few memcached instances each with a  
> full
> copy of the 400 MB.  The Wiki says memcached does not do replication.

Seems like the memcachedb project mentioned on here recently might be  
a good fit for you. It's essentially a memcache front-end with a bdb  
back end, so can survive restarts etc, while still serving some scary  
performance numbers.

Marcus Bointon
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