fonz at siol.net
Wed Mar 28 08:52:03 UTC 2007
You kill (kill -9 ....) it and start it again?
I don't know what you're doing, but if you're caching pages, wouldn't it be better
to use something like squid, for example?
With memcached, every object that you would like to keep after shutdown, you have to
store in some persistent store (database, file,...). When starting up, you could preload
those objects in memcached.
----- Original Message -----
From: Cristian Rusu
To: Jure Petrovic
Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2007 10:02 AM
Subject: Re: Dumping memcached?
Well, I am not using memcached for database, I cache some pages read on internet so I don't have to read it again and again.
It's not big deal to loose it but while debugging I may like to restart memcached from time to time.
Speaking of that, how do I restart memcached on linux box?
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