09 Jul '12, 4pm

FastSessions Rails Plugin Released « Alexey Kovyrin's Blog:

How often do we think about our http sessions implementation? I mean, do you know, how your currently used sessions-related code will behave when sessions number in your database will grow up to millions (or, even, hundreds of millions) of records? This is one of the things we do not think about. But if you’ll think about it, you’ll notice, that 99% of your session-related operations are read-only and 99% of your sessions writes are not needed. Almost all your sessions table records have the same information: session_id and serialized empty session in the data field.

Full article: http://kovyrin.net/2008/02/06/fastsessions-rails-plugin-r...

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