multiple memcached instances per server
pcdwho at gmail.com
Wed Oct 24 06:02:35 UTC 2007
One would be if your memcached is 32-bit and is therefore limited in
heap, but your server addresses more memory.
"if" my memcached is 32-bit? You mean there's a 64-bit version?
What are the sizes I should limit my memcached to, to get around this
On 10/24/07, Matt Ingenthron <Matt.Ingenthron at sun.com> wrote:
> J A wrote:
> > I've seen some people put multiple memcache daemons on one particular
> > server. Is there a reason for doing this, as opposed to just one?
> One would be if your memcached is 32-bit and is therefore limited in
> heap, but your server addresses more memory.
> - Matt
> Matt Ingenthron - Web Infrastructure Solutions Architect
> Sun Microsystems, Inc. - Global Systems Practice
> email: matt.ingenthron at sun.com Phone: 310-242-6439
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