membase or couchbase?

and another quesition:

when I use 2 or more service to support sticky session ,the services should be a cluster? Or just individual service?

the same question to non-sticky session configuration.

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  • Martin Grotzke at Jun 27, 2012 at 7:55 am

    On 06/27/2012 09:46 AM, 田晓亮 wrote:
    membase or couchbase?
    IIRC msm was tested against membase 1.7, I cannot tell if the
    spymemcached client used by msm is compatible with newer versions.

    Anyone on this list using msm with couchbase?
    and another quesition:

    when I use 2 or more service to support sticky session ,the services should be a cluster? Or just individual service?
    I've never used membase/couchbase in production, but I'd say that
    running them as a cluster is the right way so that sessions are
    replicated automatically between nodes.

    If you'd run couchbase nodes as single servers and not as cluster you
    had to configure both/all nodes in msm so that msm handles node failures.
    the same question to non-sticky session configuration.
    The same answer for non-sticky session configuration :-)

    Cheers,
    Martin
  • 田晓亮 at Jun 27, 2012 at 8:10 am
    Thank you so much for your reply,and you test your session manager on
    memcache server,right?

    2012/6/27 Martin Grotzke <martin.grotzke@googlemail.com>
    On 06/27/2012 09:46 AM, 田晓亮 wrote:
    membase or couchbase?
    IIRC msm was tested against membase 1.7, I cannot tell if the
    spymemcached client used by msm is compatible with newer versions.

    Anyone on this list using msm with couchbase?
    and another quesition:

    when I use 2 or more service to support sticky session ,the services
    should be a cluster? Or just individual service?
    I've never used membase/couchbase in production, but I'd say that
    running them as a cluster is the right way so that sessions are
    replicated automatically between nodes.

    If you'd run couchbase nodes as single servers and not as cluster you
    had to configure both/all nodes in msm so that msm handles node failures.
    the same question to non-sticky session configuration.
    The same answer for non-sticky session configuration :-)

    Cheers,
    Martin

  • Martin Grotzke at Jun 27, 2012 at 10:08 am
    Yes.

    Cheers,
    Martin

    On 06/27/2012 10:10 AM, 田晓亮 wrote:
    Thank you so much for your reply,and you test your session manager on
    memcache server,right?

    2012/6/27 Martin Grotzke <martin.grotzke@googlemail.com
    On 06/27/2012 09:46 AM, 田晓亮 wrote:
    membase or couchbase?
    IIRC msm was tested against membase 1.7, I cannot tell if the
    spymemcached client used by msm is compatible with newer versions.

    Anyone on this list using msm with couchbase?
    and another quesition:

    when I use 2 or more service to support sticky session ,the
    services should be a cluster? Or just individual service?
    I've never used membase/couchbase in production, but I'd say that
    running them as a cluster is the right way so that sessions are
    replicated automatically between nodes.

    If you'd run couchbase nodes as single servers and not as cluster you
    had to configure both/all nodes in msm so that msm handles node
    failures.
    the same question to non-sticky session configuration.
    The same answer for non-sticky session configuration :-)

    Cheers,
    Martin

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