For some things you need DRAM, but for everything else there's flash. At least that's the message Facebook gave on Tuesday when it took the wraps off 'McDipper', a technology the social network has developed to let it save on memory and get more out of its flash. In a post to the Facebook engineering blog that is sure to get …
Hark! I hear the distant rumblings of a gavel (Anyone think of a better collective noun for lawyers?) of Mcdonalds lawyers coming.
Increase your RAM using the HARD DISK!
It's the 90's all over again!
Why are new computers often still stuck on 4 gig of RAM? Is it just me or is Moores law of memory quantities installed in PC's far too flat?
It's not just Windows 8 that's killing the deskstop market.
Curious that a social networking site is leading the way.
Re: Increase your RAM using the HARD DISK!
>>> Why are new computers often still stuck on 4 gig of RAM?
Because it keeps the costs down, and most people don't need that much anyway.
fusion io with memcache
haven't needed it myself but for those who need a more generic memcached for flash
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