Note: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.


Install Memcached with Aptitude:

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


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

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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