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memrm - Man Page

libmemcached Documentation

Synopsis

memrm [options] <key ...>

Remove key(s) from a collection of memcached servers

Description

memrm removes items, specified by key, from memcached(1) servers.

Options

-h|--help

Display help.

-V|--version

Display version.

-q|--quiet

Operate quietly.

-v|--verbose

Operate more verbosely.

-d|--debug

See -v|--verbose.

-e|--expire <expiration>

Use expiration seconds (or a UNIX timestamp).

-H|--hash <algorithm>

Use algorithm as key hash algo. See memcached_behavior_t::MEMCACHED_BEHAVIOR_HASH.

-s|--servers <list of servers>

Specify the list of servers as hostname[:port][,hostname[:port]...].

-n|--non-blocking

Enable non-blocking operations.

-N|--tcp-nodelay

Disable Nagle's algorithm.

-b|--binary

Enable binary protocol.

-B|--buffer

Buffer requests.

-u|--username <username>

Use username for SASL authentication.

-p|--password <password>

Use password for SASL authentication.

Environment

MEMCACHED_SERVERS

Specify a list of servers.

Notes

Program Prefix

The prefix of this program is variable, i.e. it can be configured at build time.

Usually the client programs of libmemcached-awesome are prefixed with mem, like memcat or memcp.

It can be configured, though, to replace the prefix with something else like mc, in case of that, the client programs of libmemcached-awesome would be called mccat, mccp, etc. respectively.

See Also

memcached(1) libmemcached(3)

Referenced By

libmemcached(3).

Jan 25, 2024 1.1 libmemcached-awesome