Runtime memcached reconfig?
Kevin A. Burton
burton at newsmonster.org
Thu Feb 10 22:32:37 PST 2005
You know it just dawned on me. There's probably no way to tell
memcached to use more or less memory is there?
Right now I have a memcached node running with 768M of memory used..
with 1G max. I'd like to tell it to go ahead and use 2G but in order to
do that I have to restart it and then blow my cache :-/
1. Maybe memcached should used a config file? Maybe make it optional
but it might be a good idea.
2. Has there been any thought about supporting serialization to disk?
This way I could serialize the current memory to disk and then reload it.
I guess #2 is super complex so it would be a bad idea to implement it...
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