[erlang-questions] Writers Readers problem

Roberto Majadas Lopez <>
Mon Jan 30 22:07:18 CET 2012


2012/1/30 Gianfranco Alongi <>

> Some questions that can help us give you an accurate answer
>
> 1) How frequent does this happen?
>    Once a second?
>    Once a minute?
>    Once an hour?


less than a second


>
> 2) How large is the token?
>    1 byte?
>    1 Kbyte?
>    1 Mbyte?
>


probably 10-20 chars


>
> 3) Do you need the storage to scale dynamically with more added nodes?
>

could be ok, but i think is not required


>
> 4) What more do you expect of the storage?
>    - Automatic signaling on add/delete?
>    - Triggers?
>

not required

Thanks :)


>   etc
>
> Cheers
> G
>
> On Mon, Jan 30, 2012 at 7:11 PM, Roberto Majadas Lopez
> <> wrote:
> > Hello everyone:
> >
> > I'm writting a erlang app and i've the next scenario:
> >
> > The app has n process that writes tokens in "somewhere" and there are m
> > process that reads one of those tokens and remove it.
> >
> > Which is the best way to store this tokens ?
> >  * global ets
> >  * a gen_server + ets
> >  * mnesia
> >  * ...
> >
> > thanks in advance
> >
> > Roberto
> >
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