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Old 30 Jan 2009, 21:46
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PHP Acceleration Xcache vs APC

I just uninstalled xcache and went back to the APC what i used to use on our VPS and the site seems to run alot better , time will tell if the problems that arose after xcache was installed are remedied .
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Old 31 Jan 2009, 00:49
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Why not use eAccelerator?
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Old 31 Jan 2009, 01:16
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yeah I used ea for a long time - did a great job. I think when optimised correctly xcache is the best though.
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Old 31 Jan 2009, 02:02
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Ive had 0 issues with xcache and have found it the fastest of the current php cache systems.
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Old 31 Jan 2009, 03:23
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I've seen some benchmarks benchmarking XCache as slightly faster than APC (and faster than eAccelerator, etc.).

I haven't had any problems with XCache though.
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Old 31 Jan 2009, 10:44
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xcache rules all the way with data store
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Old 31 Jan 2009, 12:03
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Originally Posted by DiesellMinded View Post
I just uninstalled xcache and went back to the APC what i used to use on our VPS and the site seems to run alot better , time will tell if the problems that arose after xcache was installed are remedied .
Problems ?

Been using xcache for a long time now and never had any issues.
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Old 01 Feb 2009, 01:00
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When ever i would create a new forum it would take 15 mins for it to show on the index , ITs was 15 Mins for any change out of the norm like user edits ... Banning and Ect... Nothing else was effected by this , i have not been back on APC long enough to say all the problems are gone , another thing is we were getting over 200 undeliverable emails with a mass email , we would manually go to all them accounts and remove the email , then a month would pass and we would send another mass email and 1/2 of them were the same ones we just took out and had to remove them again

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xcache may be slightly faster but APC seems to be more reliable
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Old 02 Feb 2009, 02:50
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is it possible to combine both datastore system like the filecache and apc together ? within vbulletin
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Old 03 Feb 2009, 05:05
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No, you cannot do that within vBulletin. Why do you want to do that? There is no advantage. The datastore can only use one system at a time.
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Old 04 Feb 2009, 02:10
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So far all member edits are instant NO DELAY with APC , Still yet to test forum building/editing
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Old 04 Feb 2009, 02:15
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No, you cannot do that within vBulletin. Why do you want to do that? There is no advantage. The datastore can only use one system at a time.
just asked a question there buddy,Just curious, I'm always looking to optimized vb to the fullest.

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So far all member edits are instant NO DELAY with APC , Still yet to test forum building/editing
yea i prefer apc myself i have that and eAccelerator and its amazing.
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Old 19 Feb 2009, 00:26
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Everything is instant now , APC is way way better !!
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Old 19 Feb 2009, 00:45
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Originally Posted by DiesellMinded View Post
When ever i would create a new forum it would take 15 mins for it to show on the index , ITs was 15 Mins for any change out of the norm like user edits ... Banning and Ect... Nothing else was effected by this , i have not been back on APC long enough to say all the problems are gone , another thing is we were getting over 200 undeliverable emails with a mass email , we would manually go to all them accounts and remove the email , then a month would pass and we would send another mass email and 1/2 of them were the same ones we just took out and had to remove them again
Sorry, but what have either of these got to do with xcache (or APC) ?

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xcache may be slightly faster but APC seems to be more reliable
More reliable in what way ?
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Old 19 Feb 2009, 07:23
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I have XCache on my VPS and it's working well.
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