memcached 1.4.7-0.1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu
memcached (1.4.7-0.1ubuntu1) oneiric; urgency=low * Merge from debian unstable. Remaining changes: - Run as 'memcache' user instead of nobody (LP #599461) - Depend on adduser for preinst/postrm - Create user in postinst memcached (1.4.7-0.1) unstable; urgency=low * Non-maintainer upload. * Refresh patches, keep all changed hunks except some changes in `01_init_script_additions.patch' untouched. * New upstream release. Closes: - "FTBFS: memcached.c:1023:16: error: dereferencing type-punned pointer will break strict-aliasing rules" (Closes: #618096) - "ftbfs with gcc-4.6 -Werror" (Closes: #625397) - "FTBFS with libevent 2.0 in experimental" This is actually a duplicate of #625397 above (Closes: #632764) - Fix "please package new upstream release" (Closes: #641059) * Fix "Fix FTBFS on hurd-i386" add proposed patch as `03_fix_ftbfs4hurd.patch'. Thanks Svante Signell (Closes: #637695) * Fix "initscript on restart ignore $ENABLE_MEMCACHED" Add a sanity check to the init script (Closes: #636496) * Fix "debian/watch doesn't work" Replace the watch file to match the new Google Code layout (taken from the sinntp package) (Closes: #641520) * Add `04_fix_double_fork_in_start-memcached.patch'. This patch causes the start-memcached script to correctly write its PIDFILE, which, in turn, allows the init script correct operations. This also fixes "status operation on init.d not working correctly (needs to pass $PIDFILE to status_of_proc)", however add the $PIDFILE argument additionally none- theless as suggested (Closes: #622281) -- Scott Kitterman <email address hidden> Wed, 05 Oct 2011 13:27:39 -0500
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- memcached: A high-performance memory object caching system
Danga Interactive developed memcached to enhance the speed of LiveJournal.com,
a site which was already doing 20 million+ dynamic page views per day for 1
million users with a bunch of webservers and a bunch of database servers.
memcached dropped the database load to almost nothing, yielding faster page
load times for users, better resource utilization, and faster access to the
databases on a memcache miss.
memcached optimizes specific high-load serving applications that are designed
to take advantage of its versatile no-locking memory access system. Clients
are available in several different programming languages, to suit the needs
of the specific application. Traditionally this has been used in mod_perl
apps to avoid storing large chunks of data in Apache memory, and to share
this burden across several machines.