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Latest revision as of 15:44, 12 September 2022

Important!Memcached is a cache server to improve the performance of your BlueSpice installation. It is not required for the actual operation of BlueSpice. The steps listed here are therefore optional.

Installation[edit | edit source]

Install Memcached with Aptitude:

apt-get update; \
apt-get -y install memcached; \
apt-get clean

Configuration[edit | edit source]

Open the file containing the memcached configuration (for example, /etc/memcached.conf on Debian / Ubuntu). Find the '-m' argument there and increase the available memory according to your server's capabilities:

-m 512

Save and close the file and restart memcached with service memcached restart.

Next step[edit | edit source]

If you have completed all steps successfully and want to install BlueSpice pro, proceed to the next step " Mathoid". If you want to install BlueSpice free, you can now continue with Installing BlueSpice.

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