dustin at spy.net
Wed Apr 2 21:59:25 UTC 2008
I've considered building this kind of thing into my client, but it
feels kind of wrong, so it hasn't been much of a priority. It'd be
impossible to get right without changing the way memcached works, but
one could get close.
Dustin Sallings (mobile)
On Apr 2, 2008, at 12:53, "Kris Drebin" <kris.drebin at adaptavant.com>
> Wow, Brian this is fantastic!
> My applications are Java apps. I'm not sure exactly how they interface
> with the daemon.. My responsibility is just setting up the daemon..
> Can a Java app interface with the existing development branch you're
> referring to? I would love to help beta test.
> On Wed, Apr 2, 2008 at 12:48 PM, Brian Aker <brian at tangent.org> wrote:
>> On Apr 2, 2008, at 12:45 PM, Kris Drebin wrote:
>>> Do you, or does anyone else have any other ideas of how I can
>>> accomplish my goal of creating a fail-over solution using memcached?
>>> so that if one memcached server dies, the other will have all the
>>> needed information?
>> We have replication support in nodes available as a branch in
>> right now:
>> Support is only partially available in the C/C++ versions of the
>> API. Once
>> I have them stabilized I am assuming the perl/python/php/ruby
>> drivers will
>> come along for the ride.
>> Brian "Krow" Aker, brian at tangent.org
>> Seattle, Washington
>> http://krow.net/ <-- Me
>> http://tangent.org/ <-- Software
>> You can't grep a dead tree.
> Kris Drebin
> Adaptavant IT Department Manager
> Phone: 1-801-559-3840
> Cell: 503-913-9051
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