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Hi im enable memcached in my v3.1.4 like your guys write here http://community.invisionpower.com/resources/official.html?record=169

Im start memcached server on and add this info to config file

$INFO['use_memcache'] = '1';

$INFO['memcache_server_1'] = '';

$INFO['memcache_port_1'] = '11211';

memcache server is ok:

telnet 11211


Connected to localhost.Escape character is '^]'. 


STAT pid 78884

STAT uptime 490

STAT time 1299868854  


Im install extension=memcache.so and add it to my php.ini

But i can not see any speed changes, with or without memcached, looks like it does not work and i dont know how to check it, no errors and warnings im my php logs.

Can u tell me how to check it?


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If you're running a single server you'll be better with APC or xCache.


Thanks bro, im inslall ACP and enable it, and now forum forks two times faster then before by ab tests

ab -n 1000 -c 20 http://surftime.ru/

Time taken for tests:   23.010 seconds

Complete requests:      1000

Failed requests:        0

Broken pipe errors:     0

Total transferred:      231563332 bytes

HTML transferred:       231302071 bytes

Requests per second:    43.46 [#/sec] (mean)

Time per request:       460.20 [ms] (mean)

Time per request:       23.01 [ms] (mean, across all concurrent requests)

Transfer rate:          10063.60 [Kbytes/sec] received 

Without APC im have

Requests per second: 24.23 [#/sec] (mean)

But that is intresting for me to make tests with memcached.

But i can not switch on it...

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When you say memcache, I assume you installed the memcached engine aswell, Or it will not function.

Memcache will not function without memcached and vice versa.

Hope this helps.

Not really,

If u read firs post, u can see how i test memcached, looks like it works.

But when im put all settings to cfg file, nothing was changed.


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