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where is your data cached?

by on Jan 18, 2012

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Taking a look at the many layers of caching in the modern webstack can lead to some interesting optimizations. We know that raid card caches, disk caches and CPU caches all exist at the hardware ...

Taking a look at the many layers of caching in the modern webstack can lead to some interesting optimizations. We know that raid card caches, disk caches and CPU caches all exist at the hardware level, but how do they interact with database caching, application code caching and rendered page caching. Where are the redundancies and where is the most optimal location for your services to cache? Are you risking data integrity by using both disk and raid card caching? Is there a similar risk in using both filesystem and database caching? These are hard won lessons if you have to learn them during an outage. they can be avoided with some forethought and benchmarking. I’ll call out the many layers where data is cached and talk about some of the risks and potential performance gains that we’ve found by selectively disabling and adding particular caching layers.

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