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Subject: Re: The Amazing Story Of Appengine And The Two Orders Of Magnitude
From: peterk <peter.ke...@gmail.com>
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You can pull from task queues instead of having them push, right? That
could help a lot where task queues are the source of instance spin up.
I'd even be happy to dedicated a back-end to task queue pull-work if
it was necessary - at least that is totally under your control.
On Sep 3, 5:05=A0pm, Joshua Smith <JoshuaESm...@charter.net> wrote:
> I also identified task queues as the source of my excessive instances. =
=A0I suspect this is a quite common issue, and together with datastore acce=
ss bugs (sorry, but you never should have written it like that) like the on=
e you found, are conspiring to make a lot of these crazy new billing number=
> I think a lot of people just need to take a deep breath and look at their=
apps the way you did. =A0It's certainly a lot less work than migrating to =
> On Sep 3, 2011, at 6:16 AM, Emlyn wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I don't think I've posted here before, but I've been an appengine user
> > for a while now (closing on 2 years? Is that even possible?). And like
> > many, I had a rude shock with the new pricing (going from $0.50/day to
> > $50/day).
> > However, I dug into what I'm actually being charged for, and I think
> > it's all actually in my control to sort out, and that in itself is
> > sort of fascinating. I wrote a long blog post on this, which people
> > might find interesting.
> > The Amazing Story Of Appengine And The Two Orders Of Magnitude
> > I'd be really grateful for feedback, especially if I've gotten
> > anything wildly wrong. I haven't actually made any of the changes that
> > I've foreshadowed in the post, that's for the next day or two, and
> > I'll write a followup article on how it goes.
> > Thanks in advance for having a look!
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