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Adds memcached #23

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leonelgalan commented Jan 12, 2015

Allows to use memcached to enable caching using dalli.

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BrandonMathis commented Jan 13, 2015

Have you tried building a fresh ansible box and standing up a simple rails app from this branch?

I have been using this repo to test smashing_boxer since we currently don't have any automated testing

https://github.com/BrandonMathis/vanilla-rails-app

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leonelgalan commented Jan 13, 2015

No, but I did use it on malartu by running everything

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BrandonMathis commented Jan 26, 2015

@leonelgalan ansible-galaxy this dude 👍

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BrandonMathis commented Jan 29, 2015

@leonelgalan what is the status of this pr. Do we still want to merge?

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leonelgalan commented Jan 29, 2015

Needs rebase.

@leonelgalan leonelgalan force-pushed the feature/memcached branch from ce02768 to daa062f Jan 29, 2015

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leonelgalan commented Jan 29, 2015

I just installed weaveup on my server (weaveups new dev) using this, works like a charm! :neckbeard:

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BrandonMathis commented Feb 10, 2015

doesn't memcached need to be restarted after every deploy?

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leonelgalan commented Feb 10, 2015

No, you will destroy the cache that way. It might need, but that's up to the developer.

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@BrandonMathis BrandonMathis merged commit bed6fd3 into master Feb 10, 2015

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