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[resolved] Not detecting memcached mode. Is the latest version buggy? (5 posts)

  1. Mike McKoy
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Memchache is clearly installed using WHM. It is detected in CMD istallations such as vbulletin and joomla. However when using w3 cache it is not.

    I do remember it clearly working in the previous version and i'm certain this is not a plugin conflict.

    Fredrick Is there anyway fir me to fix this or is this a bug that you might be already aware of? I have noticed more than a few users of this plugin complaining of the same isure.

    the memcache version installed is 3.0.6


  2. archon810
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hrm, I just installed the latest released (not trunk) version, followed by memcached for apache and pecl-memcache for php, and I can confirm it worked.

    Does your phpinfo() show a section for memcache?

  3. Mike McKoy
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hey archon... Below is the link to my phpinfo. As you can see. mod_mem_cache module is installed but I did not see a 'section' dedicated to memcache. Also, it IS working with vbulletin and joomla. So there has to be something wrong with the way that this plugin is detecting or interfacing with the module. I know that cpanel installs its modules in a different way than the way RPM packacges are manually installed...so that may be related but phpinfo clearly shows it being there.


    WordPress Version: 3.2.1
    OS: Centos 6 64bit
    Cpanel Version: 11.30

  4. archon810
    Posted 4 years ago #

    mod_mem_cache is not the same as mod_memcache - http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/mod/mod_mem_cache.html has nothing to do with memcached - you need http://code.google.com/p/modmemcache/.

    You need to install mod_memcache and then a PHP extension called memcache: pecl install memcache.

  5. Mike McKoy
    Posted 4 years ago #

    i will try this. thanks so much for the clarification

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