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MEMCACHED_CREATE(3)						   libmemcached 					       MEMCACHED_CREATE(3)

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memcached_create - libmemcached Documentation SYNOPSIS
#include <libmemcached/memcached.h> memcached_st memcached_st* memcached_create(memcached_st *ptr) void memcached_free(memcached_st *ptr) memcached_st* memcached_clone(memcached_st *destination, memcached_st *source) void memcached_servers_reset(memcached_st) Compile and link with -lmemcached DESCRIPTION
memcached_create() is used to create a memcached_st structure that will then be used by other libmemcached(3) functions to communicate with the server. You should either pass a statically declared memcached_st to memcached_create() or a NULL. If a NULL passed in then a structure is allocated for you. Please note, when you write new application use memcached() over memcached_create(). memcached_clone() is similar to memcached_create() but it copies the defaults and list of servers from the source memcached_st. If you pass a null as the argument for the source to clone, it is the same as a call to memcached_create(). If the destination argument is NULL a memcached_st will be allocated for you. memcached_servers_reset() allows you to zero out the list of servers that the memcached_st has. To clean up memory associated with a memcached_st structure you should pass it to memcached_free() when you are finished using it. memcached_free() is the only way to make sure all memory is deallocated when you finish using the structure. You may wish to avoid using memcached_create(3) or memcached_clone(3) with a stack based allocation. The most common issues related to ABI safety involve heap allocated structures. RETURN
memcached_create() returns a pointer to the memcached_st that was created (or initialized). On an allocation failure, it returns NULL. memcached_clone() returns a pointer to the memcached_st that was created (or initialized). On an allocation failure, it returns NULL. HOME
To find out more information please check: http://libmemcached.org/ SEE ALSO
memcached(1) libmemcached(3) memcached_strerror(3) AUTHOR
Brian Aker COPYRIGHT
2011-2013, Brian Aker DataDifferential, http://datadifferential.com/ 1.0.16 January 31, 2013 MEMCACHED_CREATE(3)

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MEMCACHED_FREE(3)						   libmemcached 						 MEMCACHED_FREE(3)

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memcached_free - libmemcached Documentation SYNOPSIS
#include <libmemcached/memcached.h> memcached_st memcached_st* memcached_create(memcached_st *ptr) void memcached_free(memcached_st *ptr) memcached_st* memcached_clone(memcached_st *destination, memcached_st *source) void memcached_servers_reset(memcached_st) Compile and link with -lmemcached DESCRIPTION
memcached_create() is used to create a memcached_st structure that will then be used by other libmemcached(3) functions to communicate with the server. You should either pass a statically declared memcached_st to memcached_create() or a NULL. If a NULL passed in then a structure is allocated for you. Please note, when you write new application use memcached() over memcached_create(). memcached_clone() is similar to memcached_create() but it copies the defaults and list of servers from the source memcached_st. If you pass a null as the argument for the source to clone, it is the same as a call to memcached_create(). If the destination argument is NULL a memcached_st will be allocated for you. memcached_servers_reset() allows you to zero out the list of servers that the memcached_st has. To clean up memory associated with a memcached_st structure you should pass it to memcached_free() when you are finished using it. memcached_free() is the only way to make sure all memory is deallocated when you finish using the structure. You may wish to avoid using memcached_create(3) or memcached_clone(3) with a stack based allocation. The most common issues related to ABI safety involve heap allocated structures. RETURN
memcached_create() returns a pointer to the memcached_st that was created (or initialized). On an allocation failure, it returns NULL. memcached_clone() returns a pointer to the memcached_st that was created (or initialized). On an allocation failure, it returns NULL. HOME
To find out more information please check: http://libmemcached.org/ SEE ALSO
memcached(1) libmemcached(3) memcached_strerror(3) AUTHOR
Brian Aker COPYRIGHT
2011, Brian Aker DataDifferential, http://datadifferential.com/ 1.0.8 May 22, 2012 MEMCACHED_FREE(3)
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