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From Joe Stump <>
Subject Re: random n00b question
Date Mon, 14 Sep 2009 23:12:01 GMT
I'd recommend still using Memcached for sessions. The reason is  
because Memcached has built in garbage collection of zombie sessions  
(via LRU) and Cassandra does not.


On Sep 14, 2009, at 5:09 PM, Matt Kydd wrote:

> I'm looking at a similar use for Cass - storing sessions and some
> denormalised data for fast frontend use.
> The app will be Rails and was planned to be using Memcache for
> partials, but I'm looking at ways I can get those in to Cass too -
> eliminating Memcached altogether from the architecture.
> MK

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