sean at basho.com
Thu May 27 07:42:46 EDT 2010
Yes, you can use low-level commands to recover lost data from the binlogs. It's embedded InnoDB, not MySQL's driver, so not everything is exactly the same, but the technique is similar.
Sean Cribbs <sean at basho.com>
Basho Technologies, Inc.
On May 26, 2010, at 11:42 PM, Jason J. W. Williams wrote:
> That's terrific. We're very familiar with InnoDBs buffer pool and
> that's exactly the kind of control we're looking for. With the
> InnoStore backend is the crash recovery/durability similar to InnoDB
> under MySQL?
> On Wed, May 26, 2010 at 8:13 PM, Sean Cribbs <sean at basho.com> wrote:
>> Riak's usage of memory primarily depends on the backend you choose. Innostore, for example, has a configurable buffer pool (cache) which can help you limit the memory footprint. Bitcask, our most recently released backend, keeps only a hash mapping keys to file/offset in memory (with the value only on disk), so you could store thousands of keys per node without noticing much.
>> Outside of the backend, Riak generally only needs enough RAM to have copies of objects in transit -- either being written or read. If you see it using too much RAM, there are some flags to the Erlang VM that can be tweaked.
>> Sean Cribbs <sean at basho.com>
>> Developer Advocate
>> Basho Technologies, Inc.
>> On May 26, 2010, at 6:23 PM, Jason J. W. Williams wrote:
>>> We have a couple of projects we want to start small and to this point
>>> we've been considering MongoDB or Cassandra. Mongo's main drawback for
>>> us is it's extensive use of mmap, which can make it a bad neighbor
>>> vis-a-vis RAM usage if it has to co-exist with other parts of our
>>> stack. Cassandra's has it's own drawbacks for our use cases.
>>> Riak looks very interesting, but we're curious about it's memory
>>> profile. That is what drives memory consumption in Riak, is it
>>> possible to limit the memory consumption, and how does Riak behave
>>> when memory exhaustion occurs?
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