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MEMCACHED-TOOL(1)					      General Commands Manual						 MEMCACHED-TOOL(1)

NAME
memcached-tool - stats and management tool for memcached SYNOPSIS
memcached-tool <host[:port] | /path/to/socket> [mode] DESCRIPTION
memcached-tool is a Perl script used to print statistics from a running memcached instance. The first parameter specifies the address of the daemon either by a hostname, optionally followed by the port number (the default is 11211), or a path to UNIX domain socket. The second parameter specifies the mode in which the tool should run. MODES
display Print slab class statistics. This is the default mode if no mode is specified. The printed columns are: # Number of the slab class. Item_Size The amount of space each chunk uses. One item uses one chunk of the appropriate size. Max_age Age of the oldest item in the LRU. Pages Total number of pages allocated to the slab class. Count Number of items presently stored in this class. Expired items are not automatically excluded. Full? Yes if there are no free chunks at the end of the last allocated page. Evicted Number of times an item had to be evicted from the LRU before it expired. Evict_Time Seconds since the last access for the most recent item evicted from this class. OOM Number of times the underlying slab class was unable to store a new item. stats Print general-purpose statistics of the daemon. Each line contains the name of the statistic and its value. dump Make a partial dump of the cache written in the add statements of the memcached protocol. SEE ALSO
memcached(1), http://www.memcached.org AUTHOR
The memcached-tool script was written by Brad Fitzpatrick <brad@danga.com> Jul 2, 2013 MEMCACHED-TOOL(1)

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NAME
memcached - high-performance memory object caching system SYNOPSIS
memcached [options] DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the memcached memory object caching daemon. memcached is a flexible memory object caching daemon designed to alleviate database load in dynamic web applications by storing objects in memory. It's based on libevent to scale to any size needed, and is specifically optimized to avoid swapping and always use non-blocking I/O. OPTIONS
These programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax. A summary of options is included below. -s <file> Unix socket path to listen on (disables network support). -a <perms> Permissions (in octal format) for Unix socket created with -s option. -l <ip_addr> Listen on <ip_addr>; default to INADDR_ANY. This is an important option to consider as there is no other way to secure the installa- tion. Binding to an internal or firewalled network interface is suggested. -d Run memcached as a daemon. -u <username> Assume the identity of <username> (only when run as root). -m <num> Use <num> MB memory max to use for object storage; the default is 64 megabytes. -c <num> Use <num> max simultaneous connections; the default is 1024. -R <num> This option seeks to prevent client starvation by setting a limit to the number of sequential requests the server will process from an individual client connection. Once a connection has exceeded this value, the server will attempt to process I/O on other connec- tions before handling any further request from this connection. The default value for this option is 20. -k Lock down all paged memory. This is a somewhat dangerous option with large caches, so consult the README and memcached homepage for configuration suggestions. -p <num> Listen on TCP port <num>, the default is port 11211. -U <num> Listen on UDP port <num>, the default is port 11211, 0 is off. -M Disable automatic removal of items from the cache when out of memory. Additions will not be possible until adequate space is freed up. -r Raise the core file size limit to the maximum allowable. -f <factor> Use <factor> as the multiplier for computing the sizes of memory chunks that items are stored in. A lower value may result in less wasted memory depending on the total amount of memory available and the distribution of item sizes. The default is 1.25. -n <size> Allocate a minimum of <size> bytes for the item key, value, and flags. The default is 48. If you have a lot of small keys and val- ues, you can get a significant memory efficiency gain with a lower value. If you use a high chunk growth factor (-f option), on the other hand, you may want to increase the size to allow a bigger percentage of your items to fit in the most densely packed (small- est) chunks. -C Disable the use of CAS (and reduce the per-item size by 8 bytes). -h Show the version of memcached and a summary of options. -v Be verbose during the event loop; print out errors and warnings. -vv Be even more verbose; same as -v but also print client commands and responses. -vvv Be extremely verbose; same of the above and also print internal state transitions. -i Print memcached and libevent licenses. -I Override the size of each slab page in bytes. In mundane words, it adjusts the maximum item size that memcached will accept. You can use the suffixes K and M to specify the size as well, so use 2000000 or 2000K or 2M if you want a maximum size of 2 MB per object. It is not recommended to raise this limit above 1 MB due just to performance reasons. The default value is 1 MB. -P <filename> Print pidfile to <filename>, only used under -d option. -t <threads> Number of threads to use to process incoming requests. It is typically not useful to set this higher than the number of CPU cores on the memcached server. Setting a high number (64 or more) of worker threads is not recommended. The default is 4. -D <char> Use <char> as the delimiter between key prefixes and IDs. This is used for per-prefix stats reporting. The default is ":" (colon). If this option is specified, stats collection is turned on automatically; if not, then it may be turned on by sending the "stats detail on" command to the server. -L Try to use large memory pages (if available). Increasing the memory page size could reduce the number of TLB misses and improve the performance. In order to get large pages from the OS, memcached will allocate the total item-cache in one large chunk. Only avail- able if supported on your OS. -B <proto> Specify the binding protocol to use. By default, the server will autonegotiate client connections. By using this option, you can specify the protocol clients must speak. Possible options are "auto" (the default, autonegotiation behavior), "ascii" and "binary". -I <size> Override the default size of each slab page. Default is 1mb. Default is 1m, minimum is 1k, max is 128m. Adjusting this value changes the item size limit. Beware that this also increases the number of slabs (use -v to view), and the overal memory usage of mem- cached. LICENSE
The memcached daemon is copyright Danga Interactive and is distributed under the BSD license. Note that daemon clients are licensed sepa- rately. SEE ALSO
The README file that comes with memcached http://www.danga.com/memcached AUTHOR
The memcached daemon was written by Anatoly Vorobey <mellon@pobox.com> and Brad Fitzpatrick <brad@danga.com> and the rest of the crew of Danga Interactive http://www.danga.com October 16, 2009 MEMCACHED(1)

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