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Zend OpCache Stats

Discussion in 'Server Configuration and Hosting' started by Brent W, Feb 11, 2014.

  1. Brent W

    Brent W Well-Known Member

    Is there an equivalent admin script to break down Zend OpCache stats like apc and xcache have?
  2. p4guru

    p4guru Well-Known Member

  3. Brent W

    Brent W Well-Known Member

  4. Null

    Null Well-Known Member

    Bama, @MattW recently installed something to monitor this on my server, I'm using NGINX, hopefully he'll see this shortly.
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  5. RoldanLT

    RoldanLT Well-Known Member

    I'm also using the script MattW suggested to me.
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  6. Null

    Null Well-Known Member

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  7. nemke

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  8. woei

    woei Well-Known Member

    Maybe a silly question, but according to my phpinfo is Zend Opcache running, BUT only 1 file is cached, no cache hits. This information says to me that it's not working. I browsed some websites including my xenforo forum on the server so it should add some files to the cache, but it's still zero hits and 1 file cached. Restarting apache doesn't help.

    My php.ini looks like this regarding opcache:

    Phpinfo also tells me these values are active. What am I overlooking?

    Fixed. Caching does not work under suPHP. Need to use FastCGI, DSO or CGI as PHP handler. So I went with FastCGI and everything is more speedy now :) Happy :p
    Last edited: Mar 14, 2014
  9. jacko

    jacko Well-Known Member

    I am on FastCGI but I still get zero hits. Are you getting any hits after switching to FastCGI?
  10. woei

    woei Well-Known Member

    Yes. The switch did the trick for me. Did you enable everything in your php.ini and what is the output of your phpinfo?
  11. jacko

    jacko Well-Known Member

    It turned out I had to disable Xcache to make it work properly :)

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