How Digg.com Uses the LAMP Stack to Scale Upward
Apr 25, 2007, 18:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Digg.com credits two particular features of its LAMP (Linux
Apache MySQL PHP) server cluster for helping the news aggregation
site maintain speedy performance in the face of high growth.
"The site, which lets its users vote on, or 'digg,' their
favorite news stories hosted on other sites, recently passed the
1.2 million user mark according to Elliot White III, an engineer at
the San Francisco company. He spoke at MySQL's annual conference in
Santa Clara, Calif. on Tuesday..."