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If you have multiple databases, writing to independent disks (with the directory per db) option will be your best bet for performance. Even if you just have one big huge sharded database, you can still get some performance boost with multiple disks by putting your journal and local database (database where replication info goes) on separate disks, but your ...
First rule of horizontal scaling of a database is to avoid it. At all cost. You should consider it only when no server you can possibly buy can handle your data. And there are servers which can handle enormous amounts of data today. Horizontal scaling of a database will give you: at least an order of magnitude more complicated system: even in a simplest ...
Redis can be used as a in-memory database by disabling both its rdb and aof based persistence .
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