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How do I write and read from only one instance of a memcached server

Posted by GOD 
I have replicated memcached implemented where there is replication
happening between two memcache servers. I need to be able to write to
only one of the servers and not both. I am using the com danga client.
Will I be able to achieve that if I set weights to 0 for the 2nd
server.

The main reason I am doing this is that the 2nd memcached server is
needed only during a failover situation and not always. The data will
be replicated through the 1st server and my client need not
specifically write to the 2nd one.
AFAIK, you didn't replicate the server. Please correct me if I'm
wrong. But unless the slave has the ability of connect to the master,
you just got a pool of mmc servers, with is what we all usually do.
What distribution are you using?

weights are for sharding. if you set a weight to 0 that server wont
get any connection so basically all the keys will be in the other
server but that doesn't means you are creating a master where slaves
can get data from.

Saludos

On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 12:30 AM, GOD <[email protected]> wrote:
> I have replicated memcached implemented where there is replication
> happening between two memcache servers. I need to be able to write to
> only one of the servers and not both. I am using the com danga client.
> Will I be able to achieve that if I set weights to 0 for the 2nd
> server.
>
> The main reason I am doing this is that the 2nd memcached server is
> needed only during a failover situation and not always. The data will
> be replicated through the 1st server and my client need not
> specifically write to the 2nd one.



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