Tokyo Cabinet/Tyrant for Python Programmers

March 18, 2009 § 4 Comments

1. Tokyo Tyrant Tutorial

2. Tokyo Tyrant Documentation

3. Starting Tyrant Server as Daemon: (casket.tch is the database)

ttserver -dmn -pid /tmp/ttserver.pid /tmp/casket.tch

4. Best documentation on how to install Tokyo Cabinet & Tyrant: http://openwferu.rubyforge.org/tokyo.html

I personally go the git route.

5. To get the ‘distributed‘ feature, use Memcache Client to connect to Tokyo Tyrant server. The default port is 1978.

6. In my opinion, Tokyo Tyrant works best as Cache/Session/find_by_id solutions.

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