On 05/08/13 19:22, Alex Polvi wrote:
> On Thu, May 9, 2013 at 2:16 AM, Colin Percival <email@example.com
> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:Yes, sorry.
> The code in SVN uses BSD make since that makes my life as a developer much
> easier; I have a "make publish" target which creates POSIX Makefiles to go
> into a tarball.
> polvi@ssd:~/masstree-beta$ make publish
> make: *** No rule to make target `publish'. Stop.
> Guess you need to be on BSD make there too?
Can your data be represented as key-value pairs with keys and values being no
> Are you just exploring, or do you have an application in mind for this code?
> I'm looking for a much simpler alternative to zookeeper or doozer for storing
> configuration data across groups of hosts. My end goal would be to have a
> service similar to EC2's magical 169. http server, but all hosts in the same
> group could read it.
> Do you think kivaloo would be a good base for something like this?
more than 255 bytes in length? That's what kvlds does.
Do you need replication? Kivaloo doesn't do that. (Backups are easy, though
-- just copy kivaloo-lbs's state directory.)
Do you need to speak HTTP? Kivaloo only speaks the kivaloo wire protocol.
(I've considered adding a memcached-kvlds protocol shim though.)
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