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xcache or eaccelerator?
by nyunyu
27 Mar 2008 06:39

Hello, I have a server and I have several proxies on it together with some of my websites.
The thing is sometime it will overload.

I was thinking to install xcache or eaccelerator.

Can you suggest me which should I install? Which is better?

Need expert to help me on this.


Thanks.

Lizard King 27 Mar 2008 09:50

I will strongly advise xcache

nyunyu 27 Mar 2008 10:26

Any reason why?

Appreciate if you could be more details of pros and cons.

punchbowl 27 Mar 2008 13:10

I use eaccelerator due to an incompatibility between xcache and my php version and it's worth doing but xcache is accepted as faster in general.

nyunyu 27 Mar 2008 13:33

I google around and found out that xcache is somewhat faster and works great with ioncube and zend.

I'll try xcache to see how.

alphadeity 27 Mar 2008 18:10

xcache, in my opinion, is the better of the two.

ssslippy 27 Mar 2008 19:22

With vb 3.7 or a simple mod here from vb.org you can move vbulletins datastore into xcache. Right there it makes it superior.

unitedpunjab 29 Mar 2008 22:52

eAccelerator is better as you can enable/disable it for directories (sites).

Jase2 29 Mar 2008 22:58

I would recommend xCache.

Regards Jason :)

unitedpunjab 29 Mar 2008 23:28

In my case I have a test forum, a blog and few others sites on the same server.
with APC & xCache those scripts ends up taking more memory than the main forums.
I guess the thread starter will have the same problem :)

Jase2 30 Mar 2008 01:26

You are probably better using APC, since that is what PHP 6 will you use.

Regards Jason :)

snakes1100 30 Mar 2008 03:02

Quote:

Originally Posted by unitedpunjab (Post 1477920)
In my case I have a test forum, a blog and few others sites on the same server.
with APC & xCache those scripts ends up taking more memory than the main forums.
I guess the thread starter will have the same problem :)

Sorry but that is incorrect, you can assign either of those programs the amount of ram you want them to use, they will never use more ram than vbulletin & mysql.

--------------- Added 30 Mar 2008 at 03:04 ---------------

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jase2 (Post 1477978)
You are probably better using APC, since that is what PHP 6 will you use.

Regards Jason :)

How exactly would you know that using apc with php6 is better than using xcache & php 6?

Have you done a performance test on this?

Jase2 30 Mar 2008 03:39

No, but it will be used. I'm going off Phillip (creator of storyteller & ContentTeller). ;)

Regards Jason :)

unitedpunjab 30 Mar 2008 06:48

Quote:

Originally Posted by snakes1100 (Post 1478017)
Sorry but that is incorrect, you can assign either of those programs the amount of ram you want them to use, they will never use more ram than vbulletin & mysql.

You did,nt get my point.
like How would you prevent compiled files from the 'test forums' to take up 'allocated memory' in APC and EA ?

snakes1100 30 Mar 2008 16:24

The way your previous post is written makes people think that you was talking about xcache & apc, not your other scripts.


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