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Some things about Memcached from a Twitter software developer

Memcached is generally treated as a black box. But what if you really need to know what's in there? Not for runtime purposes, but for optimization and capacity planning?

Read more on Evan Weaver, a software developer working for Twitter (a contributor for Rails core and Mongrel).

Reader Comments (1)

I agree completely. I see where Joey is coming from on all this, but for the time being I'm loving what he does on the mound. Also, feel free to add "Tommy Hunter fanboy" on the end of your name as well...haha.replica iwc|

September 20, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterkenuison

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