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PHP Opcode cache that can detect identical files

I am currently using APC with PHP FPM to cache a few hundred Wordpress sites. With a 2gig cache everything works well but it isn't terribly efficient and the cache is always maxed out. If I have 200 ...
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eAccelerator causes the server to deliver gibberish data

I'm trying to integrate eAccelerator into my server infrastructure using the ELS script. But when I activate it, it causes the gibberish data (shown below) to appear instead of the real content. There ...
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eAccelerator with two versions of PHP through FastCGI

Alright so I will outline how everything is setup and running for me on my dedicated box. I have everything working accept eAccelerator only works on one of my PHP applications. Apache2 I have ...
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performance expected from cheap VPS's [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do you do Load Testing and Capacity Planning for Web Sites I know it's a very open question, but I think it can be answered more or less. I will soon release a ...
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eAccelerator Causes PHP Include to Fail in Wordpress

SERVER: Linux CENTOS 6 PLESK 10.4.4 I have been installing Wordpress on many subdomains on our dedicated server. All of them run CRON jobs every 10 minutes. Long story short, the time to load first ...
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PHPMyAdmin throws an open_basedir error when using eaccelerator

I guess the PHPMyAdmin code is getting confused by eaccelerator. This is the error I get: Warning: Unknown: open_basedir restriction in effect. File() is not within the allowed path(s): ...
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Always using eAccelerator

If eAccelerator uses an opcode cache for PHP requests, then why don't all companies employ this on their production servers? Is there a reason why Apache/PHP/mod_php doesn't bundle it with their ...
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eAccelerator settings for PHP/Centos/Apache

I have eAccelerator installed on a server running Wordpress using PHP/Apache on CentOS. I am occassionally getting persistent "white pages", which presumably are PHP Fatal Errors (although these ...
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PHP Opcode Cachers

Theres APC, XCache, and EAccelorator. how do they differ from each other and how do they each work? does APC and EAcc do cache to disk so EVERY php process can access it? while xcache works in memory ...
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Upgrading PHP - Missing Dependency php = 5.1.6 is needed by package php-eaccelerator

im trying to upgrade php from 5.1.6 to 5.2.1. When invoking the yum update php i get this message: --> Finished Dependency Resolution php-eaccelerator-5.1.6_0.9.5.2-4.el5.rf.x86_64 from ...
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Looking for a windows binary of eAccelerator or APC for PHP 5.3.0. Anyone know where I can download?

I've googled for hours, but I cannot seem to find the right *.dll file for either of these PHP caching solutions. I'm running windows server 2003, Apache 2.2.11, and PHP 5.3.0
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(eAccelerator) Meaning of shared memory

Im trying to cache the opcode in hard disk. But Im not sure what the meaning of "shared memory" disk_only cache data on disk (I know this means cache data on hard disk) shm_only cache data in ...
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eAccelerator ignore my new setting?

Im using eAccelerator 0.9.5.2, CentOS 5.3, lighttpd 1.4.22 But because eAccelerator is cached in RAM, I needs too much RAM. So Im trying to cache in hard disk. (my website is not generate money, so ...
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eAccelerator disk cache size

I am using eAccelerator to cache my PHP opcodes. I have the disk cache set to /var/cache/eAccelerator. How can I limit the size of the cache? It's already grown to 1.5 GiB and keeps growing!