memcached-tool - A porting of memcached/memcached-tool
# Ported style from original memcached-tool memcached-tool <host[:port] | /path/to/socket> [mode] [options] # Without 1st arg, connects 127.0.0.1:11211 by default memcached-tool [mode] [options] # You can provide <addr> or <mode> by option style memcached-tool --addr|-a <host[:port] | /path/to/socket> --mode|-m <mode> [options] memcached-tool --mode|-m <mode> [options]
memcached-tool [addr] [options] # same with 'display' memcached-tool [addr] display [options] # show slabs memcached-tool [addr] stats [options] # show general stats memcached-tool [addr] settings [options] # show settings stats memcached-tool [addr] dump [options] # dumps keys and values
Mode for Development:
memcached-tool [addr] sizes [options] # shows sizes stats
memcached-tool man to check the risk of this command.
Help or Manual:
memcached-tool help|-h|--help memcached-tool man|--man
This script is a porting of memcached/memcached-tool which is in the public domain.
Follwing description comes from man(1) of original memcached-tool:
The first parameter specifies the address of the daemon either by a hostname, optionally followed by the port number (the default is 11211), or a path to UNIX domain socket. The second parameter specifies the mode in which the tool should run.
Following description comes from man(1) or usage of original memcached-tool.
Print slab class statistics. This is the default mode if no mode is specified. The printed columns are:
Number of the slab class.
The amount of space each chunk uses. One item uses one chunk of the appropriate size.
Age of the oldest item in the LRU.
Total number of pages allocated to the slab class.
Number of items presently stored in this class. Expired items are not automatically excluded.
Yes if there are no free chunks at the end of the last allocated page.
Number of times an item had to be evicted from the LRU before it expired.
Seconds since the last access for the most recent item evicted from this class.
Number of times the underlying slab class was unable to store a new item.
Print general-purpose statistics of the daemon. Each line contains the name of the statistic and its value.
Make a partial dump of the cache written in the add statements of the memcached protocol.
Show settings stats.
Shows sizes stats.
WARNING: This is a development command.
As of 1.4 it is still the only command which will lock your memcached instance for some time.
If you have many millions of stored items, it can become unresponsive for several minutes.
Run this at your own risk. It is roadmapped to either make this feature optional or at least speed it up.
Sets connection timeout. Default is 5 seconds.
Shows debug logs.
YASUTAKE Kiyoshi firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright (C) 2015 YASUTAKE Kiyoshi.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. That means either (a) the GNU General Public License or (b) the Artistic License.