[LLVMdev] Perf is dead again... :(
daniel at zuster.org
Wed Dec 10 17:26:49 PST 2014
On Thu, Dec 4, 2014 at 11:39 AM, Chris Matthews <chris.matthews at apple.com>
> Yes, SQLAlchemy should have no problems with this. GCE is providing a
> mysql database.
> My experience with this is that there will still be some testing needed.
> I have found places in LNT where Postgres and sqlite act differently. I am
> not aware of anyone using mysql for LNT.
There was a time when I had LNT hooked up to a MySQL database and it
worked. As with each SQL variant, there are always a few gotchas in places
(and my impression is that MySQL has more gotchas than most), but for the
most part it is probably close to just working.
HTTP load balancing is nice, however it may be overkill in this case?
> > On Dec 4, 2014, at 8:56 AM, Dan Liew <dan at su-root.co.uk> wrote:
> >> FWIW, if you can use google's cloud offerings, I can likely fund it.
> >> isn't about only being willing to fund our platform vs. some other
> >> or which platform is better. It's just that we're already well set up to
> >> handle this when its on top of GCE and related services -- this is how
> >> are currently running the phabricator instance and we're working on
> >> up bots here as well.
> >> But I have no idea if GCE and related bits are even useful for what LNT
> >> needs. Just let me know if they are, and I'll try to get things rolling.
> > I think they might be. I think LNT uses SQLAlchemy to do ORM which
> > supports multiple database backends so presumably it could connect to
> > GCE cloud SQL ?
> > The HTTP load balancing sounds interesting too. Someone more familiar
> > with LNT probably should comment on this though as I'm still very new
> > to it.
> >  https://cloud.google.com/sql/
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