Is it a good idea to store hundreds of millions small images to a key/value store or other nosql database?


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I am developing a web system to handle a very large set of small images, about 100 millions images of 50kb ~ 200kb, working on ReiserFS.


For now, it is very difficult to backup and sync those large number of small files.


My question is that if it a good idea to store these small images to a key/value store or other nosql database such as GridFS (Mongodb), Tokyo Tyrant, Voldemort to gain more performance and bring better backup support?


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I am developing a web system to handle a very large set of small images, about 100 millions images of 50kb ~ 200kb, working on ReiserFS.


For now, it is very difficult to backup and sync those large number of small files.


My question is that if it a good idea to store these small images to a key/value store or other nosql database such as GridFS (Mongodb), Tokyo Tyrant, Voldemort to gain more performance and bring better backup support?


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