Memcached::addServer

(PECL memcached >= 0.1.0)

Memcached::addServerAdd a server to the server pool

Descrizione

public bool Memcached::addServer ( string $host , int $port [, int $weight = 0 ] )

Memcached::addServer() adds the specified server to the server pool. No connection is established to the server at this time, but if you are using consistent key distribution option (via Memcached::DISTRIBUTION_CONSISTENT or Memcached::OPT_LIBKETAMA_COMPATIBLE), some of the internal data structures will have to be updated. Thus, if you need to add multiple servers, it is better to use Memcached::addServers() as the update then happens only once.

The same server may appear multiple times in the server pool, because no duplication checks are made. This is not advisable; instead, use the weight option to increase the selection weighting of this server.

Elenco dei parametri

host

The hostname of the memcache server. If the hostname is invalid, data-related operations will set Memcached::RES_HOST_LOOKUP_FAILURE result code. As of version 2.0.0b1, this parameter may also specify the path of a unix socket filepath ex. /path/to/memcached.sock to use UNIX domain sockets, in this case port must also be set to 0.

port

The port on which memcache is running. Usually, this is 11211. As of version 2.0.0b1, set this parameter to 0 when using UNIX domain sockets.

weight

The weight of the server relative to the total weight of all the servers in the pool. This controls the probability of the server being selected for operations. This is used only with consistent distribution option and usually corresponds to the amount of memory available to memcache on that server.

Valori restituiti

Restituisce TRUE in caso di successo, FALSE in caso di fallimento.

Esempi

Example #1 Memcached::addServer() example

<?php
$m 
= new Memcached();

/* Add 2 servers, so that the second one
   is twice as likely to be selected. */
$m->addServer('mem1.domain.com'1121133);
$m->addServer('mem2.domain.com'1121167);
?>

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Dave
2 years ago
As of version 2.0.0b1 you can use Unix socket.

<?php
$m
= new Memcached();
$m->addServer('/path/to/socket',0);
?>

Not to be confused with Memcache that use 'unix:///path/to/socket'
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mbarriolinares at gmail dot com
2 years ago
Important to not call ->addServers() every run -- only call it if no servers exist (check getServerList() ); otherwise, since addServers() does not check for dups, it will let you add the same server again and again and again, resultings in hundreds if not thousands of connections to the MC daemon. Specially when using FastCGI.

Example:

<?php
class Cache {
        private
$id;
        private
$obj;

        function
__construct($id){
               
$this->id = $id;
               
$this->obj = new Memcached($id);
        }

        public function
connect($host , $port){
               
$servers = $this->obj->getServerList();
                if(
is_array($servers)) {
                        foreach (
$servers as $server)
                                if(
$server['host'] == $host and $server['port'] == $port)
                                        return
true;
                }
                return
$this->obj->addServer($host , $port);
        }

}
?>
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Robbie De Lise
3 years ago
On my Debian Squeeze system I was getting WRITE FAILURE errors. After debugging and finally tcpdump it seems that the problem was me adding the server 'localhost', which resolved to '::1' (ipv6) while the default memcached server on debian only listens to '127.0.0.1' (ipv4). DNS automatically prefers ipv6 over ipv4.

I added the server '127.0.0.1' instead and everything worked. You could also disable ipv6 or have memcached listen on ::1
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