[Freeswitch-users] Performance bottleneck
brian at freeswitch.org
Wed Aug 13 07:35:06 PDT 2008
Remember that by default FreeSWITCH uses sqlite internally.
mount -t tmpfs tmpfs /path/to/dir to create a ram disk.
On Aug 13, 2008, at 9:27 AM, Joseph Bajin wrote:
> Though you don't have to load a MySQL DB onto a RamDisk. MySQL has
> the MySQL cluster that loads the entire DB into memory and creates a
> fault tolerant DB as well. We use that today for an LCR that works
> well. The newest version of MySQL has stored procs, a very mature
> replication (it can even do a Cluster to Cluster Replication),
> triggers, and competes very well with Postgres. But this is a Chevy
> vs Ford type of discussion.
> There are lots of telco's using it as well. I use it a lot for many
> differnet projects and it keeps up nicely.
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