Introduction

Kestrel is a cool, light-weight persistent message queue server written in Scala that speaks the memcached protocol.
It was originally developed by Robey Pointer (robey) from Twitter.
It was originally a port of its predecessor Starling, which is written in Ruby.

Installation

It’s pretty straight forward to install Kestrel but requires a number steps

Create init.d Script

Start and Stop Kestrel Server

References

1. Home: https://github.com/robey/kestrel
2. Service Start and Stop Scripts: http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/linux-write-sys-v-init-script-to-start-stop-service.html

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