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I did this:

sudo yum install memcached

then

sudo pecl install memcache

then I restarted memcache (which actually only started it) with this:

sudo /sbin/service memcached restart

i have no idea if it will start when I reboot. How do i set that up?

also is there any way to set a password on memcache? I've limited it to 127.0.0.1 by editing /etc/sysconfig/memcached

and adding this line

OPTIONS="-l 127.0.0.1"
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You can set memcached (or most other services with an init script) to start at boot with a command such as:

chkconfig memcached on
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man chkconfig

In that manpage, there are options to list the current status and to enable it at runtime.

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