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CentOS - Install Alternative PHP Cache (APC)

Haven’t worked with CentOS for a long time. Miss the time and the teammates in HKU CECID.

Here are the steps to install Alternative PHP Cache (APC) on CentOS. 122 more words


Magento Enterprise and APC

Alternative PHP Cache (APC) is a neat little tool, which optimises the bytecode PHP compiles and stores the results in a pool of shared memory. Normally PHP will load your site’s PHP code from the disk, compile some bytecode from the PHP code which not only takes time (resulting in a slower “time to first byte” when measuring site speed) but also reducing the capacity of your site to field large volumes of requests. 404 more words


Run Drupal 7 in Nginx

After so many days we have talked about setting up Nginx, PHP-FPM, MariaDB and some PHP caching. We can now try to run a Drupal instance on them. 582 more words


Ubuntu - Install Memcached with PHP-FPM and Nginx

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Memcached is a distributed memory caching system and it caches data and objects in RAM to reduce the number of times an external data source (such as a database or API) must be read. 86 more words


Ubuntu - Install APC with PHP-FPM and Nginx

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APC stands for Alternative PHP Cache is a opcode which also known as machine code. The opcode is cached such that every time a request is sent to server, the same opcode is used until it detects a change in the PHP file. 53 more words


Alternative PHP Cache (APC)

APC is an Open Source PHP accelerator for caching intermediate code from scripts. Intermediate code is the internal memory structures produced during compilation that are fed into the executor. 79 more words