According to this earlier posting, I had just uninstalled a WordPress plugin from my server, which uses the ‘
memcached‘ daemon as a back-end, to cache blog content, namely, content most-frequently requested by readers. My reason for uninstalling that one, was the warning from my WordFence security suite, that that plugin had been abandoned by its author.
Well, it’s not as if everything was a monopoly. Since then, I have found another caching plugin, that again uses the ‘
memcached‘ daemon. It is now up and running.
(Screenshot Updated 06/19/2017 : )
One valid question which readers might ask would be, ‘Why does
memcached waste a certain amount of memory, and then allocate more, even if all the allocated memory is not being used?’
(Posting Updated 06/21/2017 … )