Portability of server and clients

Ray Krueger raykrueger at gmail.com
Wed Jun 25 13:16:17 UTC 2008

The wonders of open source my friend :)
Try the client that best suits your needs and test it out. If you find
a problem; submitting a patch is great, but simply opening a bug would
do fine.
I've never had a problem going from 32bit to 64bit, but that's just
me. You should definitely do your own testing and validation to be

On Wed, Jun 25, 2008 at 8:11 AM,  <alex at owal.co.uk> wrote:
>> On Wed, Jun 25, 2008 at 3:18 AM,  <alex> wrote:
>>> Is there anyone recording which platforms the server and various clients
>>> can be built on?
> Ray wrote:
>> Clients are developed independent of the server and they can be
>> written in any language. Therefore clients can truly run on any
>> platform. Memcached itself is probably friendliest towards the posix
>> environments but it has been ported to run on Windows as well.
> So a 64 bit client can access a 32 bit memcached with no problems? vice
> versa?
> I am interested to know which platforms the clients have been tested on.
> Nothing seems to collate this data right now. Presumably people find a
> client that works for them and dont bother sharing this information.
> Alex

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