Follow up on this: Memcache/Memcached settings file
In the error log in on of my sites I see
PHP Warning: Module 'memcache' already loaded in Unknown on line 0
Checking php.ini via WHM, I see no entry for memcache.
I'm looking for updated instructions for installing memcached on EA4 and PHP7.2. So far I keep running into really old posts here dating back to 2011 in some cases. I'm looking for 2018 information. Being I've found the Memcached PECL file supports PHP 7.2 but it just creates a long string of...
I have seen few shared hosting companys that have some kind of Redis and Memcached Plugins that create private instances for every user on the server and not being shared,
tried to looked for it in google with no luck, anyone ever heard about those plugins?
I've been attempting to get Memcached working. The server has Centos6.9, with WHM/CPanel. Using PHP 7.0.
I did the EasyApache side of things, but I gather that leaves out the PHP side.
All the threads I've found on this subject, with instructions, are from 2010, a few from 2013. I suspect...
now getting this error when running
systemctl status memcached
● memcached.service - Memcached
Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/memcached.service; enabled; vendor preset: disabled)
Active: failed (Result: exit-code) since Tue 2017-05-02 19:03:34 CDT; 36s ago
Main PID: 10758...
Do you have any instructions how to install Memcache? I have Easy Apache 4 and Litespeed (and the Litespeed folks kindly shrugged me off and sent me to ask here)
Also, any advise how to close the security holes if it is intended to only run within the server locally, not in a cluster...
I have been following the instructions as layout in this thread
Installing memcache and memcached with EasyApache4
However in the instructions given previously by cPGeoffs/Cpanel TA I am stuck in the first part of the process where he/she instructs to download the PECL Memcached extension...
So after a LONG time i update to latest version of cPanel, unfortunately breaks some old things that i have wich force me to make a CLEAN installation.
All makes good, installed 56 and 71 to test on a clean Centos 7 x64 machine, BUT after trying to install some features that my sites...
Hello, i use cpanel 62.0.7 and EA4.
I know that php7 and Memcache in session cache(in file cache works fine) when you login in joomla gives 500 error so i was think that php7 is not full compatible with memcache .
Memcache in php 5.6 works fine with cgi handler and also works fine with php fpm...
system setup whm: CentOS 6.4 | Cloud Linux | php 5.6 | easy apache 4
I am new to memcache and wanted to get this operational to speed up wordpress sites.
I have memcache (3.0.8) successfully installed on my server and I also added this to my php.ini global server file...
I will implement Memcached to the production site, using a shared hosting package with this kind of specs:
I/O usage = 512KB/s
IOPS = 100
Entry Process = 10
Number of Processes = 75
Physical Memory Usage = 256M.00M
Virtual Memory Usage = 768.00M
Average visits per day = 100...
My main website uses Xenforo, has over a million posts and is the primary culprit of all server resources.
So... I have php7 + opcache with mariadb10.1 running. I have http/2 running via cloudflare pro with more static caching rules.
A recent upgrade to mariadb10.1 fixed many of the load...
PHP extensions for Memcache and Memcached are now available in the EasyApache 4 Experimental Repository. Here's the latest comment regarding this change from the memcached-in-easyapache4 feature request:
Once you have reviewed the instructions and warnings on the Experimental...
I have followed the guide @ gist.github.com/paul91/11538376
And installed libevents using "yum install libevents".
However each time i run "pecl install memcached" i keep getting an error. I have also tried running command via WHM with result below:
downloading memcached-2.2.0.tgz ...
I'm new to cpanel and whm. I asked my hosting company to install Memcached on my vps server and they also installed the PHP memcache extension.
For one account the memcache extension is somehow being disabled when the php.ini file is present in the public_html directory...
I have been following this guide:
Install Memcache onto cPanel running CentOS | Mr PHP
in my /etc/ld.so.conf.d/libevent-i386.conf i have:
In /usr/local/lib/php.ini i have enabled the extension...