Blog pots shows and explains how to implement simple queue system on top of memcached
Archive for the 'scaling' Category
High Scalability – High Scalability – Facebook’s Memcached Multiget Hole: More machines != More CapacityTuesday, October 27th, 2009
also see http://dormando.livejournal.com/521163.html Describing some problems with performance/scalability you may have if you partition/shard your data by hash. ( that’s what memcached does.) You may hit the cpu bound limit from the amount of requ…
writeup on yahoo PTUNS (distributed database ). Also, see the original paper if you are interested.
193 pages of realy good summaries on the topic
very interesting post from people who have done benchmarking and testing amazon EC2 platform
notes about how to scale innodb writes. to summ it up: shard, use int as PKEY (convert hash to int using base-convert, batch lots of write into one trx. / nothing special
Gearman – system to farm out work to other machines, dispatching function calls to machines that are better suited to do workThursday, April 10th, 2008
something like MapReduce in Perl — from Brad!!
interesting thoughts and notes about DBs and scalable systems
nice presentation on memcached