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mshallop's picture
Asked 5 months 4 weeks ago
Latest activity 5 months 3 weeks ago

key dump - buckets 101

PHP API - how to fetch key-dump from memcached buckets?

Sanjay1313's picture
Asked 6 months 2 weeks ago
Latest activity 1 month 2 weeks ago

Continous Rebalance Failure, Memcached taking Very High CPU

Hi
Below are the steps I followed

1)Install Couchbase 2.1 in machine A
2)Create 4 buckets
3)Install Couchbase 2.1 in machine B
4)Add Couchbase on machine B to the cluster
5)Rebalance

Initially Rebalance is fine, but after some time the memcached CPU in...

diffbot's picture
Asked 8 months 1 week ago
Latest activity 8 months 1 week ago

How do I get the cache hit rate in Couchbase?

Is there anyway to monitor the cache hit rate (# of requests that it finds a document / total # requests) in Couchbase. I didn't see it in the web console and couldn't find any mention of it in the documentation.

vladif86's picture
Asked 8 months 4 weeks ago
Latest activity 8 months 4 weeks ago

Using Couchbase memcached in Java

Hi All,
We're planing using the memcached of Couchbase. Accessing the memcached is from Java
What's memcached client do you recommend to use for this?
Are there examples/links of using it with Couchbase?

Thank you in advance,
Vladi

simonthorogood's picture
Asked 9 months 1 week ago
Latest activity 9 months 6 days ago

NotImplementedException when using MemcachedClient in version 1.3 of Enyim.Caching

Currently in the process of trying out version 1.3 of the Couchbase .NET client.

When performing a simple Store operation against a MemcachedClient however, I get a NotImplementedException

Sample code:

var config = new MemcachedClientConfiguration();...

omer's picture
Asked 1 year 1 month ago
Latest activity 11 months 1 week ago

limitations of memcached buckets in 2.1

Hi,

I'm looking at using couchbase memcached bucket as a replacement for redis. My main motivation is horizontal scaling. The reason I want to use memcached is to get better response times, and have the data fully in memory.

I found the documentation below, which is relevant to 1....