Proactively monitor the health and performance of business-critical Memcached servers.
Analyze performance of your Memcached server. Take informed troubleshooting descisions by keeping track of critical metrics. Learn how the plugin works.
Memcached performance monitoring metrics:
Current number of bytes used by the server to store items. In other words, it can also mean, the number of bytes currently used for caching items.
Number of connected clients. If this value represents none or too many, then something is wrong. The number of open connections to the Memcached server should be the same value on all servers during normal operation.
Total number of connections opened since the server started running. Total connections should be way less than the total number of get commands, because typically you connect to memcached and send multiple get/set requests over the same connection.
Total number of bytes read by the server from network.
It is the total number of bytes sent over the network by the server, it has no bearing or connection on the total size of the data you're storing.
Limit maximum bytes
Number of bytes the server is permitted to use for storage.
Total number of worker threads requested. This is the number of threads used to process incoming requests. It is typically not useful to
set this higher than the number of CPU cores on the memcached server.
An eviction is when an item that still has time to live is removed from the cache because a brand new item needs to be allocated.
How it works?
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