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Old 16th November 2011
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Default Memcached 1.4.10 improves performance

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In a release focused on improving thread scalability and performance, the developers of Memcached, the distributed memory object caching system, say that version 1.4.10 can now "feed data back faster than any network card can support". The performance enhancements saw developers report batched multiple key fetches per second rising from 1.6 million keys/second to "around 3.7 million keys/sec" on a quad core system with between 3 and 6 worker threads; more than six worker threads reduced speed, while a system with more cores was able to reach six million keys/second.
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