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obsessing about bdb, queues

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So my nightmares do no cease to end, still debating queue solutions and databases. After spending a lot of time thinking about how to handle 100 million entries , concurrency and a lot of jazz here are some conclusions that I have reached. Tokyo Tyrant needs some testing personally. Can it work well within a […]

bangalore, h1n1 and queues

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So for that last one week a major area of work has been queues and here are the various queues that i encountered memqueuedb – a speedy message queue based upon the memcached client protocol. The idea was to use it to cache certain objects in a system. JMS – Seems to be an integral […]