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    It sounds like the server your website is hosted on, previously had memcached installed and configured but either it now doesnt have that installed or it has been disabled. Most shared hosting doesnt have memcached available (we do across all of our servers !) so you will need to speak to your hosting company - unless you own and manage the server there will be nothing you can do. To get back into the site edit your includes/global.inc.php file and change memcached to file to switch back to the standard but slower file based caching Ian


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