I have installed memcache on a Dreamhost VPS (Debian GNU/Linux 5.0.9 (lenny) / memcached 1.4.10 ) for a Drupal site .
If for some reason the server needs rebooting, memcache is not restarted and Drupal spits out warnings about not being able to find memcache.
As mentioned in a previous question, I'm using the following script to start & configure memcache
- Is it possible to call that script whenever the server is rebooted, if yes how?
- In case, the above is not possible or fails, how and where could I tell Drupal to bypass memcache.
if( memcache == null ) bypass memcache
@Jon Thanks for the template but it's still above my current scripting level! Since I'm only running a single instance of memcache, here's what I have so far
#! /bin/bash ### BEGIN INIT INFO # Provides: memcached # Required-Start: $syslog # Required-Stop: $syslog # Should-Start: $local_fs # Should-Stop: $local_fs # Default-Start: 2 3 4 5 # Default-Stop: 0 1 6 # Short-Description: memcached - Memory caching daemon # Description: memcached - Memory caching daemon ### END INIT INFO#!/bin/sh -e memcached -u www-data -p 11211 -m 128 -d -l 127.0.0.1
It works fine, except that the script is not called after a server reboot! I need help to make this fit with the template structure. I have no idea about the stop or restart command...