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Starting Memcached

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  1. fahl

    fahl Active Member

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    Many thanks for replies.
    Hopefully just 2 more questions?
    Now running php 7.1.
    how do i start & restart memcached etc.
    how do get it to start automatically

    Are these correct
    And then start Memcached:

    systemctl start memcached

    Be sure that Memcached starts at boot:

    systemctl enable memcached

    To check the status of Memcached:

    systemctl status memcached

    To stop Memcached:

    systemctl stop memcached
     
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    Hello @fahl,

    I moved this post to it's own thread.

    The "ea-memcached" package is currently only available for testing purposes. Ensure to review the EasyApache 4 Experimental Repo document to understand the implications of using packages intended for testing purposes.

    If you decide to proceed, then you'd run the following command after enabling the EA4 Experimental Repo:

    Code:
    yum install ea-memcached
    Once it's installed, you could review the following files to see how it's configured to start on CentOS 7:

    Code:
    /usr/lib/systemd/system/memcached.service
    Thank you.
     
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