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    optrex is offline Senior Member
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    Question PHP Cache

    I'm looking into php cache and would be interested in feedback on the use of products similar to or including APC, xcache, eaccelerator or mmcache

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    optrex is offline Senior Member
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    nothing?

    which one is regarded as being better?

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    I've installed eAccelerator and MMCache on few clusters in past. it makes slight difference on high traffic website. I'm not sure if it makes any difference on low traffic website as low traffic websites hardly get few repeated visitors.
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    Thanks. I've decided to try APC as thats what is recommended for future versions of the software I run. Malcolm was again very helpful on the chat support as I had a few issues installing the pecl myself.......it really is a great service

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    Quote Originally Posted by optrex View Post
    I'm looking into php cache and would be interested in feedback on the use of products similar to or including APC, xcache, eaccelerator or mmcache
    Xcache is far better than anyone else. One common reason is its technique to produce Transition logic. It is specifically 3x better than the APC and Eaccelerator. If your dedicated server is highly loaded, do a change, you should see the difference

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