I'm using membase-server with embedded moxi, and I can't find how to change moxi's listening port without using standalone moxi. Anybody knows how to do ?
Hi there. You can't change the port of the default bucket, but you can create a different bucket on whatever port you like. You can even delete the default bucket if you're not going to use it.
Does that help?
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Thanks a lot, now I can run other applications using port 11211 while running membase.
I'm sorry, but I don't think that will actually work. There is still a Moxi process listening on port 11211 and you won't be able to change that without messing with the source code.
11211 is a fairly obscure port, what else on your system is using that port?
In facts, Memcached is running on my server and I want Membase and Memcached to coexist for a while, without any disconnection.
It works, because when a program is listening on 11211 (Memcached in my case), if you run Membase, moxi (11211) won't be launched.
Yes, that is true. I didn't want to mention it since you might run into issues if the memcached process restarts for some reason, Moxi might get in there and then memcached won't be able to startup again.
It should work fine in a steady state, I just wouldn't recommend leaving it that way for too long.
If possible, you might want to have memcached listen on a completely separate port and then they won't conflict...
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