PHP Accelerator?

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PHP Accelerator?

Postby Csxtech » 14. October 2003 01:39

I do not recall reading anywhere if there is an PHP Accelerator included... Just wondering if the thought to included one is something considered??
(ie. Turck MMCache, Afterburner, APC 2.0b ...others)
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Postby Oswald » 14. October 2003 09:46

Dear Csxtech!

Do you've any experiences with accelerators? Do you know a good and free one? I tried most of them about a year ago and found them all (the free ones) unusable or unstable or notaccelerating.

Do you know any good one?

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Postby csxtech » 14. October 2003 12:49

Oswald,

I learn most of this stuff as I go! :D I was just looking at a few projects on SourceForge and ran across http://turck-mmcache.sourceforge.net/ If I find time to try this it will be many weeks away. Their comparison chart of various accelerators looked impressive... :lol:

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Postby Oswald » 14. October 2003 12:54

Dear Csxtech!

Never heard about turc-mmcache before. Blame me! ;) I will test it and will report my results here. May be I will put it into the next release.

Thanks for the hint and many greetings from Germany! ;)

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Postby Oswald » 14. October 2003 15:06

Thanks again, Csxtech!

Turck MMCache seems to be great! Installs very easy and a quick benchmark (PHP script counting from 1 to 100 into a for loop) runs about 10% faster.

I will definitively include it in 1.4. Maybe I can persuade Kay to put it into the Windows version too. ;)

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Postby nemesis » 20. October 2003 19:08

Question: Are the 10% improvments releay on the shorter initialation time, compared to Java? Where the VM slows down simple Appz, but scales better in larger environments, and run as fast as C code.
The accelerator, translates the script into (php) bytecode, right?

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Postby Guest » 01. November 2003 08:54

Hi, any advice on how to install TurckMMC over LAMPP?

Is it safe to just install as per the document at TurckMMC or is there other ways to do it?

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Postby Oswald » 01. November 2003 11:19

Dear unknown!

Yes, follow the instructions of the MMCache home page. It's very easy.

Or you wait until monday. I included MMCache into the next version of XAMPP for Linux and I will release it on monday.

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