port 11211 (memcached default) not open

Nguyen Viet Cuong mrcuongnv at gmail.com
Mon Dec 28 02:57:29 MSK 2009

Hi Dounin,

In our system, we have used memcached in the same way as Danny Trinh do.
Recently, I have tried to use a portion of memory for storing cache files by
mount /dev/shm to some point on filesystem. However, you said that:

Also, you probably want to know that on modern operating
> systems it is usually bad idea to place files into memory
> explicitly.  Virtual memory subsystem will do it automatically as
> long as you have spare memory on your server, and will likely do
> it better than may be done by hand.

I do not know anything about this automatic mechanism.
Could you explain more about this? Or could you give me some links?

Thanks in advance.
Nguyen Viet Cuong
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