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> From: Peter Keller <psil...@merlin.cs.wisc.edu>With so many clients you must synchronize, why even *try* to store
> To give an example of the problems I'm facing, suppose I have 10,000 clients:
> If I have a 16k initial read buffer for each client which can grow in
> size up to 128k as needed, then just for the read buffers alone I'll need:
> 156MB up to 1.250GB of memory needed.
> That is a lot of memory to keep resident and perform churn on and hence
> why I'm very paranoid about consing or calling make-array. I use other
> libraries and things and who knows what their memory usages are. But
> at the scaling levels I'm desiring, I have to pay attention to it.
the data in Lisp arrays? Why not use MySQL as your datastore, or if
you need higher performance and have lots of $cash$ then use Oracle
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