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MemcacheD in EasyApache4

jmginer shared this idea 3 years ago
Pre-Release

As a server administrator I would like cPanel to package and distribute Memcache and MemcacheD for EasyApache 4.

Best Answer
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This is now available in the experimental repo of EasyApache 4. There is no SASL, and no per-user init files, which means it is not considered ready for shared environments. These RPMs are likely to remain in the experimental repo for quite a while, as we aren't likely to get back to adjust those things soon, but I figured I'd share these here anyway.

You can install memcache/d for PHP54 - PHP71 from the EA4-experimental repository now.


  1. yum install ea4-experimental
  2. yum install ea-php##-php-memcache
  3. yum install ea-php##-php-memcached

Make sure to replace '##' with 54 for PHP version 5.4, for example.

Comments (14)

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I second this we have a few clients who use memcached in conjunction with memcache & SUPHP

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I definitely wish cpanel could also manage this for us! It's quite a chore to have to do this on new server setups :)

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This is now available in the experimental repo of EasyApache 4. There is no SASL, and no per-user init files, which means it is not considered ready for shared environments. These RPMs are likely to remain in the experimental repo for quite a while, as we aren't likely to get back to adjust those things soon, but I figured I'd share these here anyway.

You can install memcache/d for PHP54 - PHP71 from the EA4-experimental repository now.


  1. yum install ea4-experimental
  2. yum install ea-php##-php-memcache
  3. yum install ea-php##-php-memcached

Make sure to replace '##' with 54 for PHP version 5.4, for example.

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These RPMs were rebuilt last night with SASL support, but we still do not recommend they be used in a shared environment.

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Does it work with php 7.1?

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It's not tested wth 7.1 at this point, but based on what we're seeing it very well could.

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I have tested it with PHP 7.1 and it works fine.

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It works on PHP 7.1. Please add to offical repo.

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Is this any closer to production release or will it be released a little bit later?

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No release dates that I know of yet, but it's definitely in the plan to start releasing some of these. As soon as it's out, we'll let everyone know!

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Added to this discussion and I'd like to be informed when this goes to into production :)

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We'll update this request when it goes to production, so all you need to do in order to be notified (for this or any feature request) is click the thumbs up, or click Subscribe. :)

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Thanks benny

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When can we expect?

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Still not included in latest version of WHM.

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This feature isn't lost but isn't something we're planning to move to production yet. We're focused right now on the things that have historically prevented folks from migrating from EasyApache 3 to EasyApache 4. Once it's been picked up as something to move into production we'll be back to let everyone know!

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Thank you very much.

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Hello.


Can you add memcached service to auto start if stop working?


Example:

CentOS 5 and 6


/etc/chkserv.d/memcached


service[memcached]=11211,version,VERSION,/etc/init.d/memcached restart,memcached,memcached


/scripts/restartsrv_memcached

#!/bin/bash

/etc/init.d/memcached restart


chmod +x /scripts/restartsrv_memcached


CentOS 7


/etc/chkserv.d/memcached

service[memcached]=11211,version,VERSION,/bin/systemctl restart memcached,memcached,memcached


/scripts/restartsrv_memcached

#!/bin/bash

/bin/systemctl restart memcached


chmod +x /scripts/restartsrv_memcached


Enable

WHM > Service Manager > Memcached

/etc/chkserv.d/chkservd.conf

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Hey all! I just wanted to let you know that, at this time there is no plan to move this to the production repo. If that changes, we'll be back with more information. In the meantime, if you have support-related questions, the best option is for them to go to the forums: https://forums.cpanel.net