|Open||aaron||T88445 MediaWiki active/active datacenter investigation and work (tracking)|
|Resolved||aaron||T97562 WANObjectCache relay daemon or mcrouter support|
|Declined||Smalyshev||T134554 Create a plugin for recent-changes daemon to be able to process purge events for memcache|
All you need is a rule, no plugins needed:
memcached: match: meta: uri: # the regex you need to match tags: - 'jnbfb' # if any exec: # the HTTP request to execute with method, uri, body, headers
The assumption is that memcached can talk HTTP. Change prop also supports HTCP.
There could be a set of memcached's (depending on sharding setup I guess) and the message itself needs processing before being sent out, and also needs fallback/retry if any of the memcached's fail. So I'm not sure it'd work without plugin?