No problem. See you tomorrow.
On 6/2/2014 8:54 AM, Stian Thorgersen wrote:
I'm watching sick children today. Can we reschedule today's
hangout for same time tomorrow?
Bill Burke <bburke(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On 5/30/2014 6:06 AM, Stian Thorgersen wrote:
> Sent invite for Monday in Zimbra (15pm GMT). If that's not suitable let me know.
> A few more areas to look at:
> * Profile to find crappy code
> * Tune FreeMarker and themes
> * Sharding / sticky sessions - this is probably for later, but I'd like to
discuss it in the hangout
> A few comments on database caching:
> * We may need to do this in stages
> - 2nd level cache for beta-2?
> - Something more advanced in after 1.0.final
> * I'd don't like the idea of us re-inventing the wheel
> - Caching has a lot of complex considerations (node discovery, fail-over, node
recovery, invalidation, lan/wan, jta, etc.)
I know and agree and have experience with this. But, these traditional
caches just don't work well in many environments.
> * I really like the idea of having a cache model provider that delegates to another
model for persistence / this is definitively the way to go IMO
> * User sessions needs to separate considerations, specifically I think we can come up
with something clever to minimise the writes required
Yes, User sessions are a special case.
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