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comment AWS ElastiCache/SimpleQueue vs DynamoDB
Thanks. I realize the cache is in memory but I've read that one can expect at least a ~10ms roundtrip to hit the cache and come back, which makes the performance characteristics the same as Dynamo. I guess you're right that you might want specific features in memcached not avail in dynamo. But for me, the main advantage of a RAM cache is the orders of magnitude performance increase over a durable store, which doesn't seem to apply here.
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comment nginx proxy_pass POST 404 errors
I'll append the access.log details to the question.
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comment Ubuntu Daemon Best Practices?
I guess Upstart is basically just the newer way of doing what used to be done via manual init.d scripts. Provides dependencies, etc. So a combination of upstart and monit should be what I'm looking for.
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comment Ubuntu Daemon Best Practices?
Thanks embobo, see my comment below to zoredache.
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comment Ubuntu Daemon Best Practices?
Thanks Zoredache, I'm looking into this, but as I understand it upstart in the previous answer is basically doing this for me, but in an easier to configure manner? I'm looking into Monit as well, but am still unsure as to whether I should use Upstart and Monit or just /etc/init.d/scripts and Monit.