Forum: Ruby on Rails Fwd: Re: Message Queue for Rails?

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Tyler MacDonald (Guest)
on 2009-03-28 04:53
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Use your favourite jabber/XMPP server and you immediately have a
system with authenticated entities, status updates, queueing of messages
when a server is unavailable, etc.  And even better, you can add your
servers as contacts in your favourite chat client and send them
John Adams (Guest)
on 2009-03-28 04:56
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Here at Twitter we use an in house, open source solution, called
Kestrel which has great performance.

Robey Pointer wrote it, and it's quite good. It uses a simple memcache

Set = enqueue. get = dequeue.

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