This is actually borderline too low for default XenForo with ~2 themes and caching templates to file and a bunch of add-ons.opcache.max_accelerated_files = 4000 (again seems high IMO),
I am not success with PHP_FPM.
They are... but they always depend on what you're hosting. WP for example, most have very limited files to render styles and such, so that would be overkill... yet like Xon outlined, for XF... probably best to raise it.are the php.ini default settings ok to go with?
Try /etc/php.d/opcache.ini (or something similarly named)We have a problem with opcache.fast_shutdown =1 and I was trying to find the setting in php.ini to change it to 0. I could not find any opcache settings in php.ini. Can someone point me to where managing this is documented?
We are running Centos7.4 on vmware v66.0.22. The site is using php 5.6.
The software is there for php 7.0 and php-fpm but not active on any of the cPanel accounts