You can modify settings_local.py to change the cache type to memcached. See
Review Board does use the Django ORM. You will have to change the model
files and write evolution files to migrate the database. See my other post
on some links for this.
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
Review Board - http://www.reviewboard.org
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On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 7:26 PM, JohnHenry <qhlonl...@163.com> wrote:
> Hi, all
> In my installed Reviewboard, I had used the CacheType as file,
> and I defined a file named "reviewboard_cache", set its path when rb-
> site installation.
> But when the site is in use now, The accession is very slow, and
> file "reviewboard_cache" is always empty. Is that means my file
> memcache is not effective now? how to activate it?
> And If I want to use the memcached. I don't want to re-install
> the Reviewboard site. can I just config the "settings_local.py" file?
> How to set it?
> The second problem is about reviewboard database. I am not sure
> whether reviewboard is using Django ORM, But I don't know how to
> change the Model of review_board, I don't know whether I had to change
> the Database Table structure directly, Or I had to change the Model
> defination and update this to database. And I am not sure whether this
> change on model or database would effect the Forms definition. The
> ReviewBoard had been in use now, and some data has been in the
> database. Can my change on model takes no effect to existing data?
> Thanks for all suggestions
> Best Regards!
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