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Subject: Re: Youporn.com is now a 100% Redis Site
From: Sebastian Stadil <sebast...@scalr.com>
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Congrats on the success!
I was calculating the number of queries you make per pageview, and get
Queries per sec * seconds in day / pageviews in day =3D 300k * (3600 *
24) / 100M =3D 260.
This seems to be on the high side, so I'm guessing the 300k queries/
sec is peak?
On Feb 15, 5:57=A0pm, Eric Pickup <eric.pic...@manwin.com> wrote:
> I just want to let the devs know that Youporn.com relaunched two weeks
> ago with Redis as our primary database. =A0With @100 million page views
> per day, our cluster of Redis slaves are handling over 300k queries
> per second.
> After the switchover we had to add some additional Redis nodes but not
> because Redis was overworked but because the network cards couldn't
> keep up with Redis.
> Everyone involved has been more than impressed with Redis'
> All reads come from Redis; =A0we are maintaining MySQL just to allow us
> to build new sorted sets as our requirement change.
> I'm going to be doing the keynote a major Canadian tech conference
> (confoo.ca) about the youporn.com rewrite and one of the major topics
> will be Redis and how much it helped us.
> Do you guys have a logo that would look good on a white background? =A0I
> want to make you guys stand out.
> Thanks for the great software!