“One could use forever and crontab to take care of this. This tutorial presents a more robust, albeit more complex, solution. Using systemd (available on Arch and Fedora, and CentOS in the future), web applications can be thoroughly managed: logs, uptime, resources and security through cgroups, and advanced daemon startup can all be accessed, controlled and fine-tuned in a unified manner…”
“This document is a gentle introduction to Redis Cluster, that does not use complex to understand distributed systems concepts. It provides instructions about how to setup a cluster, test, and operate it, without going into the details that are covered in the Redis Cluster specification but just describing how the system behaves from the point of view of the user.
Note that if you plan to run a serious Redis Cluster deployment, the more formal specification is an highly suggested reading.
Redis cluster is currently alpha quality code, please get in touch in the Redis mailing list or open an issue in the Redis Github repository if you find any issue…”
“This talk gives a good overview of the status of Stackless Python:
Its history from the beginning, its current status and its future development to be expected. A discussion and comparison with similar approaches like Greenlet, Eventlet and how they relate is also included.
Stackless Python 1.0 was started in 1998 as an implementation of true continuations, with all implied complications…”
“People are talking about Google’s Go language. It supports concurrency, which here means light-weight user-space threads and inter-thread communications channels. In Stackless terms these are “tasklets” and “channels.” See Richard Tew’s more detailed description of the correspondences between these two languages…”