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[Plugin: W3 Total Cache] Splitting Memcached by tables and caches

  • hollywoodgrind
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    @hollywoodgrind

    I’d like to be able to split the Memcached bins by caches, and to split bins by tables to be able to better monitor the performance of each separately, sort of like:

    memcache_servers' => array(
        'server1:11211' => 'page_cache';
        'server1:11212' => 'minify_cache';
        'server1:11213' => 'database_cache';
    );
    
      'memcache_bins' => array(
        'page'        => 'page_cache';
        'minify'      => 'minify_cache';
        'database'    => 'database_cache';
    );

    When the plugin config page loads it would be nice to see the percentage of memcached hits using the following formula:

    (get_misses / (get_hits+get_misses)) * 100 = % of hits

    Using this formula I average about 11% hits to memcached. What do you average for memcached hits on Mashable.com?

    For those that don’t know how to see your stats use the following command on Linux:

    memcached-tool 127.0.0.1:11211 stats

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