Bug#776613: ITP: phpmemcachedadmin -- Graphic administration for memcached to monitor and debug.
Owner: "Matthias Blümel" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Package name : phpmemcachedadmin
Version : 1.2.2
Upstream Author : Cyrille Mahieux <email@example.com>
* URL : https://code.google.com/p/phpmemcacheadmin/
* License : Apache License 2.0
Programming Lang: PHP
Description : Graphic administration for memcached to monitor and debug.
This program allows one to see in real-time (top-like) or from the start of the
server, stats for get, set, delete, increment, decrement, evictions,
reclaimed, cas command, as well as server stats (network, items, server
version) with googlecharts and server internal configuration
You can go further to see each server slabs, occupation, memory wasted and
items (key & value).
Another part can execute commands to any memcached server : get, set, delete,
flush_all, as well as execute any commands (like stats) with telnet
To extract this information, phpMemcacheAdmin uses, as you wish, direct
communication with server, PECL Memcache or PECL Memcached API.
I made already a debian-package for the software and I will update it to mentors as soon as I
get a bug-number. (https://github.com/krumedia/phpmemcachedadmin-debian)
To build the package I used the package of phpmyadmin and parts of the corresponding
We are using this Software in my company very often, so I am very sure, that this package
will be tested and updated as soon as it is neccessary.
Nevertheless I have a few questions:
- The source-tar doesn’t have a subdirectory on the root. To get a orig.tar.gz I simply
renamed it, is this correct, or should I repack it with the correct “debianized”
directory structure. (I don’t think so, because there are no warnings/errors)
- There are some files in the original tar which are unneccessarily marked as executable.
Is there a “debian-way” to correct this? Maybe in rules#install?
- I can’t find a ChangeLog in the original tar, but there is a website for this
Should I create a file by myself and add it somewhere in debian/?
- The lighttp-configuration is untested, but that’s aside of correct po-files on my TODO-List