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PHP opcode Cache that work with suPHP?


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#1 gerrydevis

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Posted 12 January 2010 - 01:23 AM

Hi, I have a question if there is any PHP opcode cache that really work with suPHP? I've used suPHP before and found that my server was always overloaded. (load average is more than 20 most of the time.) Then, I decided to try PHP CLI, it worked a bit better. (load is about 14 - 18) Then, right after I've installed xCache. My load went below 2 which is normal for a Quad CPU. I, then, switched back to PHP CGI but now with xCache installed. That didn't help at all. My load went back to more than 20 again. So, I had to switch back to PHP CLI again. Today, I found that xCache doesn't work with suPHP. I also saw an article somewhere said eAccelerator doesn't work with suPHP either. Another article about APC + suPHP said that it cache some of PHP code but very less. Any idea? Thanks,

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Posted 21 February 2011 - 09:55 AM

APC doesn't use a lot of memory, but it's effective. Same with memcache. You might also want to try replacing Apache with the free version of Litespeed.
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Posted 25 March 2011 - 06:41 PM

Bummer, no Windows version of Lightspeed.

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