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Caching (memcache/redis) and multiple servers - best strategy

We're considering best strategy for using cache (memcache or redis based) in our application (Symfony2). It will be deployed on multiple (so far 3) separate machines with load balancing and separate ...
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Is there a benefit to managing programs with a process manager instead of with init.d?

I'm using Redis, Memcached, and Nginx, to be specific, and Supervisor as the process manager, but any general information is helpful as well. Each of the aforementioned programs when apt-get ...
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PHP on several servers with session-sharing

there's certanly other threads about this, but I have one more question. We are about to scale the website at work to have more than one server. And we need to share the sessions between the servers. ...
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Redis mass insert vs Memcached [closed]

I was trying to decide what to pick for a project , redis or memcached and while collecting cons i saw something on redis page about mass-insert http://redis.io/topics/mass-insert , it looks like it's ...
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Amazon EC2 ELB directing load to other instances and session stores

If we scale up (add an instance to ELB), could we redirect some existing requests to the new instance. So that, The users that we force to a new server will be asked to login again If we scale down ...
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Deploying Memcached as 32bit or 64bit?

I'm curious about how people deploy memcached on 64 bit machines. Do you compile a 64bit (standard) memcached binary and run that, or do people compile it in 32bit mode and run N instances (where N = ...