Data Services Reference Stack(DSRS) - Memcached*

DSRS Memcached is packaged as a Docker container based on CentOS 8 and a set of scripts to build components including:

Source code

The latest source code and documentation related to build and deploy the image can be found here:

DSRS Memcached Stack

“Free & open source, high-performance, distributed memory object caching system” ( Stack ready to use DCPMM in fsdax mode for storage.

The source code used for this application can be found in the Memcached repository. Be sure to checkout at least v1.5.18.

Build DSRS Memcached image

To build an image by yourself, install the docker dependencies and run the following command:

docker build --force-rm --no-cache -f Dockerfile -t ${DOCKER_IMAGE} .

Run DSRS Memcached as a standalone container

Prior to start the application, you will need to have the PMem in fsdax mode with a file system and mounted in /mnt/dax0. To know how to configure, read the documentation of DSRS

To start the application

docker run --mount type=bind,source=/mnt/dax0,target=/mnt/pmem0 -i -d --name pmem-memcached ${DOCKER_IMAGE} -e /mnt/pmem0/memcached.file -m 64 -c 1024 -p 11211


  • ‘-m’ max memory limit to use in megabytes.

  • ‘-e’ mmap path for external memory (PMem storage), for this container PMem should be mounted inside the container on /mnt/pmem0

  • ‘-c’ number of concurrent connections

  • ‘-p’ is the listening TCP connection port.

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