jehiah at gmail.com
Sun May 13 15:56:55 UTC 2007
when you have two memcached servers running, and one goes down, the
client will mark the server as down and ignore it during that time.
While that server is down your application will still work, it will
just store all it's data in memcached on the single remaining server.
When that server comes back things should return to normal on their
own, and the application should start using it again.
 as this is client functionality it is up to the different client
libraries to implement it; but i believe all do. Some also have a flag
to disable this functionality
On 5/13/07, Julio Leyva <jcleyva at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, thanks a lot for your replies..I will do that.
> One more question though
> If memcached runs on 2 servers and one server goes down, still the
> application will continue working?
> If this is true once I restart the server that was down , memcached will
> sync each other?
> >From: Marcus Rueckert <darix at web.de>
> >To: memcached at lists.danga.com
> >Subject: Re: memcached
> >Date: Sat, 12 May 2007 21:28:00 +0200
> >On 2007-05-12 15:42:37 +0100, Marcus Bointon wrote:
> > > On 12 May 2007, at 15:17, Julio Leyva wrote:
> > >
> > > >Can I installed memcached on a SuSe Linux 10.1 box 64 bits?
> > >
> > > Yes.
> > > >Also I was trying to find a user guide for installation and I
> > > >couldn't find a good one, ay idea?
> > >
> > > It's very easy - once you have the binaries installed from rpm just
> > > like any other package, just start memcached with "/etc/init.d/
> > > memcached start", then try "telnet localhost 11211" to talk to it
> > > manually to check it's working. Other than that, read the docs.
> >1. download the rpm from the url above
> >2. rpm -Uhv memcached-*.rpm
> >3. chkconfig memcached on # enable it, so it gets started at boot
> >4. rcmemcached start # start it directly
> >hope this helps
> > darix
> > openSUSE - SUSE Linux is my linux
> > openSUSE is good for you
> > www.opensuse.org
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