I have a Web Farm in IIS... two Nodes.. both using Couchbase for SessionState, both with the same MachineKey, but each one has its own Session Storage... They are not sharing the same Session Instance.
How can I achieve that?
After upgrading to Couchbase 2.1.0 on a Windows Server 2012 machine with 2 memcache buckets and 2 couchbase buckets yesterday at 16.00, we this morning found the sigar_port process consuming alot of RAM and CPU.
The buckets have no traffic at all under this period.
Is it possible to change the body of the email alerts send out by couchbase? The reason for asking is to setup an sms alert system whereby the couchbase server can alert me via sms to any issues. We have an sms alerting system running but it depends on the body of the SMS.
we are planning a migration from 1.7.2 to 1.8.1 to 2.2. So far, we have seen that on an upgrade, all historical statistics (number of keys, number of writes/sec, etc.) are lost. It is valuable for us to keep this historical data for analysis, is there any way we can keep it somehow...