[erlang-questions] Which distributed key-value storage do you use?

Rapsey rapsey@REDACTED
Tue Aug 11 22:41:11 CEST 2009

If key-value is enough, tokyo cabinet looks pretty good. If you want a
document store, I would highly suggest MongoDB.


On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 9:24 PM, Sergey Samokhin <prikrutil@REDACTED>wrote:

> Hello!
> Currently I'm using mesia to store detailed session information of
> each user my system serves.
> What worries me a bit is that as soon as my code gets into heavy load
> in production and the number of transactions increases, performance of
> mnesia might become an issue. Don't know exactly how heavy the load
> will be, but I want my system to be ready for a few thousand of
> transactions per second (with at least two machines involved in
> replication).
> I think there should be people who are using something other than
> mnesia (e.g. Dynamo, Kai, Tokyo Cabinet etc) in production to store
> session data in an efficient (=:= with partitioning) and distributed
> manner and can share their impressions.
> Which one have you chosen?
> --
> Sergey Samokhin
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