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Re: 8 hours tests ends with inconsistent DB.

--- Quanah Gibson-Mount <quanah@stanford.edu> wrote:
> the master.  This way 
> all incoming writes go to the master, which then
> spreads them out to the 
> slaves via slurpd, and the slaves take the queries. 

  This indeed will be the solution preferrably in any
Enterprise. Thats the best way to scale. 

  But even for such a solution catering to 50million
users i should be able to understand the max any
indivizual system can scale to in its own capacity.
Having 50 servers towards serving 50 million customers
if the response times/workload is high will kill the
Enterprise in recurring capital costs towards
maintaining the infrastructure.


> --Quanah

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