[root@localhost bin]# memcat --servers=192.168.1.229:11211 testtest[root@localhost bin]# memcat --servers=192.168.1.231:11210 test (block here...)
--binary would work. But note that you need vbucket-aware client to correctly interoperate with membase rebalancing & replication. Moxi is vbucket-aware as well AFAIK .net & java clients. There's also libmembase.
Yes, to follow up, port 11210 is our Membase-native port and requires a client to be vbucket-aware. If you are using a standard memcached client, you'll need to go through a Moxi process (either on the client-side or the server-side) in order to properly access the data.
Clients such as the Enyim client, upgraded spymemcached or libmembase will allow you to access port 11210 directly.
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