Provided your machine can handle it, i believe you can do this when
starting memcache by setting the max memory to use for items higher. I
do this as so:

 /usr/local/bin/memcached -d -m 2048 -l -u memcache

By the way, if you are using RB with really large diffs (I believe you
said this in another post) I would keep an eye on the servers Virtual
Memory. Our experience was that with only 2-4G of VM we started
thrashing in swap neverland after a while and had to add more memory
(8G is working well.) We have some really really big diffs though
which may not be the typical use case. But if you do it may be
something to watch for.

On Apr 2, 8:42 am, Martin <> wrote:
> Hi,
> is there a way to store larger data in memcached?
> As posted in the performance related thread, a file containing of 24k
> lines is not stored in the cache.
> The log says:
> WARNING - Failed to fetch large data from cache for key
> codereview:diff-sidebyside-31114: .
> Is there a way to configure the software to store larger data?
> Thanks,
> Martin
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