[OpenSIPS-Users] High Reliable Couchbase Queries

Vlad Paiu vladpaiu at opensips.org
Mon Jul 28 08:52:38 CEST 2014


The OpenSIPS cachedb layer connecting to the Couchbase server should not 
change at all the actual success rate offered by the back-end.
Have you tried running the queries from within an external script and 
got a better success rate ? Also, when the OpenSIPS queries are failing, 
what are the errors that you are seeing in the log ?

Best Regards,

Vlad Paiu
OpenSIPS Developer

On 27.07.2014 22:28, Jonathan Hulme wrote:
> Hi,
>                 I understand that memcached is not designed to have 
> 100% success rate on hitting existing keys, but as far as I am know 
> couchbase key requests should, maybe it is the entire opensips caching 
> layer which was designed like this.
> I am getting about 99.5%+ success rate on both memcache and native 
> couchbase driver, however this is too low for my required application.
> I have tried concatenating 3 identical sequential queries to increase 
> success rate, but this makes no difference.
> Can anyone suggest how I can improve the reliability of my queries to 
> couchbase, ideally internally within opensips. Alternatively a low 
> latency way if it has to go via an external system
> Kind Regards
> Jonathan
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