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Discussion in 'Forum software usage' started by Andrew, Sep 16, 2014.

  1. Andrew

    Andrew New Member

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    When I ran php 5.4 I had a lot of luck with php-fpm and APC. I run php 5.5 now and haven't been able to get PHP-FPM to work and zend opcache doesn't seem to do anything.
    PHP 5.5.16 with OpCache 7.0.4-dev

    Any ideas?
     
  2. eva2000

    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    what version of Centmin Mod are you using ? it looks like it's installed but not caching anything for php files.

    vBulletin datastore cache doesn't support Zend Opcache and Zend Opcache itself doesn't do data caching anyway, only does PHP caching which you should see files in your opcache.php

    btw, you shouldn't keep that public and should rename it and password protect it see PHP-FPM - PHP Warning: require(): Unable to allocate memory for pool and Nginx - How to properly password protect a directory or file?

    edit: oh you're not using Centmin Mod LEMP web stack ? cpanel ? not the right forum to ask as the forums are for Centmin Mod LEMP web stack.
     
  3. Andrew

    Andrew New Member

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    Yeah I don't run centminmod yet. I am waiting until after football season since my site is very busy right now for major changes. I can keep working to get php-fpm / zend opcache to work.

    One question I do have is in centminmod does this show a performance boats over php 5.4 and APC? If so I might go back to PHP 5.4 / PHP-FPM / APC until I am able to switch to centminmod. My hope is wiredtree make it an easy process since I will likely have to switch servers.
     
  4. eva2000

    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    for PHP performance it's

    PHP 5.6 > 5.5 > 5.4 > 5.3

    for PHP opcachers

    Zend Opcache > APC > Xcache

    still rename and password protect that opcache.php ;)

    btw, caneinsight.com rings a bell now, looked it up and now I see @Andrew I consulted on your server/forums back in Feb last year :D :cool:
     
  5. Andrew

    Andrew New Member

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    Is this the case for vBulletin since zend doesn't store variables?
     
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    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    For vB you need to set datastore cache to memcached server caching and leave Zend Opcache for php. Still ya forums looking good CanesInSight :D
     
  7. Andrew

    Andrew New Member

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    It is set to memcache :)

    I will see what options I have with wiredtree on switching out of cpanel.

    Thank you
     
  8. eva2000

    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    Pretty sure Wiredtree are a WHM/Cpanel host mainly although I have had some clients who got custom dedicated servers without WHM/cpanel for multi-cluster server setups I consulted for i.e. 3x web server + 2x mysql database master/slave replication where mysql servers were without cpanel.