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Old 30 Mar 2008, 15:52
nyunyu nyunyu is offline
 
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Originally Posted by ssslippy
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.
could you point me to that simple mod?
And what do you mean vb3.7 can move the datastore into xcache? Will this helps?
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Old 30 Mar 2008, 17:15
snakes1100 snakes1100 is offline
 
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http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=141005
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Old 08 Apr 2008, 11:10
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thanks for the head up.
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Old 08 Apr 2008, 13:11
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This isnt a good idea if you run multiple http server for the same site behind a proxy/load balancer though. You will need to HUP apache etc on each server after you make changes in the admincp for any of these var's that are now stored in xcache.

For a single http server per site it works very good.
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Old 08 Apr 2008, 15:55
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err...snakes, I didn't quite get what you mean.
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Old 08 Apr 2008, 16:57
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If you run more than one http server for 1 site, each server has its own xcache, so if you make a change in the admincp and save it, depending what server your on, its only going to update the cache on that server and not any of the others, there are if i recall right, 13 or so different var's that will be stored in xcache when using that hack, just like it would be for running vbulletin with file cache or memcache when running a site with multiple http servers.
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