Jure Petrovic fonz at
Tue Apr 10 19:06:31 UTC 2007


If I am not mistaking, this means that you cannot reach 
one of the servers (next one). Maybe you have some firewalls
enabled? And you can leave out the IP when starting memcached, 
unless you would like to listen on specific device. Same goes
for port, if you're using the default one.


On Tue, 2007-04-10 at 21:00 +0200, Lars Fabig wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am new to the topic memcached. I implemented a C++ wrapper
> for memcached that works as a client.
> I did an experiment with 3 memcached servers on 3 different
> computer connected via a switch within a LAN.
> The memcached servers have been started from command line
> with the typical settings, e.g.
> "memcached -m 1024 -l -p 11211"
> The IP address corresponds to the IP of each of the computers.
> The client is executed on one of those computers with a test application.
> The test application does 3 things:
> 1) Adding a number of items to the memcached.
> 2) Performing Get() of all keys
> 3) Delete all keys from memcached
> The computers are running Ubuntu 6.10 for 32 bit and no additional 
> configurations
> has been done apart from installing the memcached Debian package.
> Can you give me some hints which are possible reasons for the warning:
> "mcm_server_connect_next_avail():2324" ?
> I already checked Google but I couldn't find very useful information, 
> but it seems
> somehow related to the network settings of the computer.
> Thanks in advance,
> Lars

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