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Mitch Pirtle wrote:
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    <pre wrap="">Basically I am trying to find the most incredibly fast way to append to a
file, and support a massive potential concurrency (think huge logging system
for an ISP etc.).
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Why not look into syslog-ng or mongodb's gridfs and/or capped collections?

Just wondering if you've checked these to avoid reimplementing the wheel :-)

-- Mitch
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I did check out the available source for them, but It's a slightly
differing usage from those; It's looking like I'm going to build it in
Java then...<br>
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