Probably not at such a low level, no :-) but, this was more for a
proof-of-concept to show my team how it might work. I assume we'll only
distribute out if we find we're pushing the limits of RAM or CPU
From: Adam Allgaier [mailto:allgaier2@yaho...]
Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2008 4:14 PM
To: Matthew Drayer
Subject: Re: Multi-instance on Win2K3?
Are there advantages to creating three 128 MB instances, compared to a
single 384 MB instance?
I had asked about some things related to this a few weeks ago and got
some good info here on the list:
Quote from Tormod:
This works, but we have changed to not installing memcached as a service
using the "-d install" switch. This gives no flexibility to install
other instances or to change paramaters like port or memory without
fiddling directly in the Registry after install.
Instead we use the built in "sc" tool in Windows to manage services.
This is what must be run to install one instance:
sc create memcached11211 binPath=
"C:\Admin\memcached_runtime\memcached.exe -d runservice -p 11211 -m
2048" start= auto DisplayName= "MemCached 11211"
Just repeat for more instances on the same machine by changing the port
number in the servicename, the actual port after the "-p" and the