libmemcached Server Functions

The libmemcached API uses a list of servers, stored within the memcached_server_st structure, to act as the list of servers used by the rest of the functions. To use memcached, you first create the server list, and then apply the list of servers to a valid libmemcached object.

Because the list of servers, and the list of servers within an active libmemcached object can be manipulated separately, you can update and manage server lists while an active libmemcached interface is running.

The functions for manipulating the list of servers within a memcached_st structure are:

   memcached_server_add (memcached_st *ptr,
                         char *hostname,
                         unsigned int port);

Adds a server, using the given hostname and port into the memcached_st structure given in ptr.

   memcached_server_add_unix_socket (memcached_st *ptr,
                                     char *socket);

Adds a Unix socket to the list of servers configured in the memcached_st structure.

unsigned int memcached_server_count (memcached_st *ptr);

Returns a count of the number of configured servers within the memcached_st structure.

memcached_server_st *
   memcached_server_list (memcached_st *ptr);

Returns an array of all the defined hosts within a memcached_st structure.

   memcached_server_push (memcached_st *ptr,
                          memcached_server_st *list);

Pushes an existing list of servers onto list of servers configured for a current memcached_st structure. This adds servers to the end of the existing list, and duplicates are not checked.

The memcached_server_st structure can be used to create a list of memcached servers which can then be applied individually to memcached_st structures.

memcached_server_st *
   memcached_server_list_append (memcached_server_st *ptr,
                                 char *hostname,
                                 unsigned int port,
                                 memcached_return *error);

Adds a server, with hostname and port, to the server list in ptr. The result code is handled by the error argument, which should point to an existing memcached_return variable. The function returns a pointer to the returned list.

unsigned int memcached_server_list_count (memcached_server_st *ptr);

Returns the number of the servers in the server list.

void memcached_server_list_free (memcached_server_st *ptr);

Frees the memory associated with a server list.

memcached_server_st *memcached_servers_parse (char *server_strings);

Parses a string containing a list of servers, where individual servers are separated by a comma, space, or both, and where individual servers are of the form server[:port]. The return value is a server list structure.

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