#46 Cache things in a traditional database

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hz commented 1 month ago

I like the filesystem, but Ike brought up a good point that catsoop would be easier to set up (paticularly with modern tools) if content lived in a database (or could be cached to a database) instead.

This would allow multiple small VPS’s to serve the web pages by talking to a DB server to grab cached page information as well as log information.

If the checker’s database were also stored on that machine, it would be relatively easy to connect multiple workers to it that could handle the checking (and to scale up/down in response to load).

I like the filesystem, but Ike brought up a good point that catsoop would be easier to set up (paticularly with modern tools) if content lived in a database (or could be cached to a database) instead. This would allow multiple small VPS's to serve the web pages by talking to a DB server to grab cached page information as well as log information. If the checker's database were also stored on that machine, it would be relatively easy to connect multiple workers to it that could handle the checking (and to scale up/down in response to load).
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