Package libmemcached

Client library and command line tools for memcached server

libmemcached is a C/C++ client library and tools for the memcached server
( It has been designed to be light on memory
usage, and provide full access to server side methods.

It also implements several command line tools:

memaslap    Load testing and benchmarking a server
memcapable  Checking a Memcached server capibilities and compatibility
memcat      Copy the value of a key to standard output
memcp       Copy data to a server
memdump     Dumping your server
memerror    Translate an error code to a string
memexist    Check for the existance of a key
memflush    Flush the contents of your servers
memparse    Parse an option string
memping     Test to see if a server is available.
memrm       Remove a key(s) from the server
memslap     Generate testing loads on a memcached cluster
memstat     Dump the stats of your servers to standard output
memtouch    Touches a key
General Commands (Section 1)
memaslap is a load generation and benchmark tool for memcached servers. It generates configurable workload such as threads, concurrencies, connections, run...
memcapable connects to the specified memcached server and tries to determine its capabilities by running the various commands and verifying the response.
memcat outputs to stdout the value a single or multiple set of keys stored in a memcached(1) server. If any key is not found an error is returned. It is similar...
memcp copies one or more files into memcached(1) servers. It is similar to the standard UNIX cp(1) command. The key names will be the names of the files...
memdump dumps a list of "keys" from all servers that it is told to fetch from. Because memcached does not guarentee to provide all keys it is not possible to...
memerror translates an error code from libmemcached(3) into a human readable string.
memexist checks for the existance of a key within a cluster.
memflush resets the contents of memcached(1) servers. This means that all data in the specified servers will be deleted.
memparse can be used to validate an option string.
memping can be used to ping a memcached server to see if it is taking connections.
memrm removes items, specified by key, from memcached(1) servers.
memslap is a load generation and benchmark tool for memcached(1) servers. It generates configurable workload such as threads, concurrencies, connections, run...
memstat dumps the state of memcached(1) servers. It displays all data to stdout.
memtouch does a "touch" on the specified key.