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From "S.A." <>
Subject [users@httpd] Serving partial data of in-memory common data set
Date Mon, 27 Jul 2009 16:01:39 GMT

We have a requirement of serving fixed set of data elements (text, images,
audio, video, etc) to a group of users coming at about the same time, but
each user requesting different set of data elements from the given data set.

Data set is fixed, but what data elements are presented to a user is dependent
on user's configuration parameters and they vary from user to user. Other
than the requesting data elements of a given set, there is nothing that
is common among users and hence their requests can be treated as such, ie
as independent requests.

What is the best way to deal with the above scenario so that the each
httpd process does not goto to either file store or db for each user

Is there a way that we can retain this data in-memory and depending on
the requesting user, we read their configuration and then come to the
in-memory data set and build a page for the user and serve the user?

Appreciate any insights or pointers.



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