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Yes these tags factor in. One of the very few things we log is which tags you tend to view and use that in some of our suggestions, including the home page.

...sometimes I kinda wish we didn't, it's a damn huge set in redis.

Data Porn time! These 2 key patterns eat 1,540,240 keys and 1,439,674,632 bytes as of this answer, in case anyone's curious. Our biggest redis data user is miniprofiler at 1,957,399,494 bytes (we started recording profiles for random requests a while back).

That's out of a total 18.2 GB used on the instance, which does about a billion ops a day.

Hmm, I guess I could do a blog post just on how we abuse the crap out of redis. This totally went sideways from answering your question, oh well.

Yes these tags factor in. One of the very few things we log is which tags you tend to view and use that in some of our suggestions, including the home page.

...sometimes I kinda wish we didn't, it's a damn huge set in redis.

Yes these tags factor in. One of the very few things we log is which tags you tend to view and use that in some of our suggestions, including the home page.

...sometimes I kinda wish we didn't, it's a damn huge set in redis.

Data Porn time! These 2 key patterns eat 1,540,240 keys and 1,439,674,632 bytes as of this answer, in case anyone's curious. Our biggest redis data user is miniprofiler at 1,957,399,494 bytes (we started recording profiles for random requests a while back).

That's out of a total 18.2 GB used on the instance, which does about a billion ops a day.

Hmm, I guess I could do a blog post just on how we abuse the crap out of redis. This totally went sideways from answering your question, oh well.

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Yes these tags factor in. One of the very few things we log is which tags you tend to view and use that in some of our suggestions, including the home page.

...sometimes I kinda wish we didn't, it's a damn huge set in redis.