Install Memcached (Caching Server) on RHEL/CentOS 6.3/5.8 and Fedora 17-12

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11 Responses

  1. landy says:

    With server have 1G ram, how many config Cachesize=?

  2. De Nguyen says:

    Could you show me how about the hardware requirement to install Memcache?

  3. bala says:

    when editing memchached file pls put -l local host that is not “-1” thats “l”

  4. RAJ says:

    Hi,

    Every thing fine but now how can we route all the Users to Memcached server to avail the cache service?

  5. Umesh Gaire says:

    Hi, I am a subscriber of your site. And I found a confusion; at the firewall you have inserted the IP ranges from 172.16.1.1 to 172.16.1.10 for Port 11211

    what I need to put there ? should I need to insert there my vps’ ip address or local ipaddress ? Please help me. What I need to put there ?

  6. FiFi says:

    In the Enable EPEL Repository section, under RHEL 5/CentOS 5 64-bit, the second command has an extra “wget” at the start. It should just be an “rpm” command like the second command in the other related sections, but it has “wget rpm …” and the “wget ” is extra.

  7. Ravi says:

    Good one ….

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