after upgrading from PHP5.2.6 to php 5.3. it seams, I also have to reinstall the PHP memcache-module.
So I downloaded the newest version of memcache (3.0.6) and followed this documentation:
pecl install memcache
Which results in the following error-message:
No releases available for package "pecl.php.net/memcache" install failed
what’s going on here? By the way: the server is not connected to the Internet, but that shouldn’t be a problem, right?!
To answer my own question an for rising the intellectual horizon of @OZ_ and @martswite
an offline-installation of an pecl extension works like the following way:
1.) download the extension from http://pecl.php.net/packages.php
2.) there you get an .tgz file
3.) install the file:
pear install memcache-3.0.6.tgz
PECL modules are (by default, and most of the time) downloaded from a non-local repository.
Therefore you will need some form of internet connection to download it.
Alternatively you can upload the pecl package from your machine to a location on the servers local file system and install it from there, or compile from source.
To me this error was caused due to php without support for ssl.
Enable openssl or recompile with openssl built int.
Check php support in a Linux host run
php -i | grep openssl
Should print a line with openssl if support enabled.