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django-memcached ================= This is a very simple reusable app which does one thing: shows you statistics about your currently running memcached instances. There are no database models and not much configuration. Installing django-memcached ---------------------------- 1. Either download the tarball and run ``python setup.py install``, or simply use easy install or pip like so ``easy_install django-memcached``. 2. Add django_memcached to your ``INSTALLED_APPS`` setting:: INSTALLED_APPS = ( # ... 'django_memcached', ) 3. Add the urls to your url configuration:: urlpatterns = patterns('', # ... (r'^cache/', include('django_memcached.urls')), ) 4. If you want to restrict these urls to only staff members, just add this setting to your settings file:: DJANGO_MEMCACHED_REQUIRE_STAFF = True That's it. Hopefully this app gives you a little insight into how your memcached servers are being utilized.