riak_kv_memory_backend in production

Guido Medina guido.medina at temetra.com
Thu Jul 18 11:21:38 EDT 2013


Since the data he is requiring to store is only "transient", would it 
make sense to set N=2 for performance? Or will N=2 have the opposite 
effect due to amount of nodes having such replica?

Guido.

On 18/07/13 16:15, Jared Morrow wrote:
> Kumar,
>
> We have a few customers who use the memory backend.  The first example 
> I could find (with the help of our CSE team) uses the memory backend 
> on 8 machines with 12gb of ram each.
>
> I know you are just testing right now, but we'd suggest using 5 node 
> minimum.  With N=3 on a 3-node cluster you could be writing multiple 
> replicas to the same machine.
>
> Good luck in your testing,
> -Jared
>
>
>
>
> On Thu, Jul 18, 2013 at 8:38 AM, kpandey <kumar.pandey at gmail.com 
> <mailto:kumar.pandey at gmail.com>> wrote:
>
>     Are there known production installation of riak that uses
>     riak_kv_memory_backend.  We have a need to store transient data
>     just in
>     memory ( never hitting persistent store). I'm testing riak on aws
>     with 3
>     node cluster and looks good so far.   Just wanted to find out what
>     kind of
>     setup people are using in production.
>
>     Thanks
>     Kumar
>
>
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