I see this error when I want to install opcache for php 8.0 with Easyapache 4.
Error: Package: ea-php80-php-opcache-8.0.0-2.2.2.cpanel.x86_64 (EA4)
Requires: ea-php80-php-cli(x86-64) = 8.0.0-2.2.2.cpanel
Installed: ea-php80-php-cli-8.0.0rc4-4.6.1.cpanel.x86_64 (@EA4-experimental)...
Anybody installed in her server LiteSpeed, Redis and OPCache at same time?.
I have server with CloudLinux + LiteSpeed + WHM/cPanel where host 250 cPanel accounts with normal wordpress. And i need know if i will get any benefit if install too Redis and OPCache.
Thank you very much.
I just used EasyApache to enable PHP-OPcache (using php 7.1) to optimize my Magento 2 website performance. However, it created error for my other websites on same hosting; my other website display blank page or keep redirect back to installation page. I checked, there is some kind of heavy...
I am trying to enable file based opcache so the scripts stay cached when the domains don't have traffic and can be re-loaded compiled from the SSD drives, instead of needing to be recompiled every time, by using opcache.file_cache="/tmp/php_opcache" in the php.ini files.
All the other...
I just installed Opcache on php5.6. Everything went fine and i installed the opcache Gui.
Everything look good with 100% hit rate
My concern is that it shows millions of hits even after few hours. My wordpress site gets only ~200visit per day. Under File Usage in the GUI I can see the...
I admit I stay a tad behind the curve, and this morning I've finally added OpCache to my EA PHP 7.0, 7.1, 7.2, 7.3 (in a CloudLinux 6 environment with Apache 2.4.38, PHP 7.2 native with PHP-FPM, http2, mySQL 5.75, mpm_event) and I'm hoping that someone might give advice on OpCache config...
Just took advantage of the recent release of PHP 7.3 with OPcache. I've been running a file which allows me to see how OPcache is functioning [removed]
It doesn't appear that after the upgrade to PHP 7.3 with OPcache that OPcache is caching files. Based on the status it appears that there...
I have Zend opcache compiled with PHP5.6.2 and enabled it in /usr/local/lib/php.ini file with following configuration
When i checked it with one of my domains in my server using phpinfo(); , There i can see Opcache is enabled and running. But when i checked the same with other domains, Opcache...
I was wondering what approach you have adopted as a "root" admin when it comes to:
Did you enable timestamp_validation to speed up changes or was it disabled?
Recently we converted to php-fpm and I was happy with it, the majority of sites are still on php-56 though, and hence I modified the
I am new to all this :), I have found (working on WHM) in the end of php.ini settings some code for OPCACHE configuration
- Removed -
; PHP Recommended Opcache settings
It was asked before (What are the basic prerequisites to enable PHP opcache) but I cannot re-open such an old thread, that's why I created a new one.
What's the status for opcache under experimental factcgi module: Apache Module: FCGId - EasyApache 4 - cPanel Documentation. Does it work with...
I've got OPcache installed and PHP-FPM enabled for my domain. However when I viewed the phpinfo() details, "Zend OPcache" section is completely missing from the details. So I'm not able to see whether OPcache is even working well. I was expecting to see the Zend OPcache section something like...
I installed and enabled OPcache (EasyApache 4, FastCGI, non-shared VPS) using WHM»Software»Easy Apache 4»All PHP Options + OpCache.
My sites run PHP 5.6.33 (ea-php56).
phpinfo() confirms that "Opcode caching" is "Up and Running".
I also monitor OPcache using opcache-gui-2.4.0. It tells me...
If I understand correctly, than a Redis Cache is not compatible with CPanel's opcache on EA4. As we need to implement some caching, I have the question:
The server has custom software, Drupal, Joomla and Wordpress web pages. What cons / pros from security, performance and administration...
The profile "All PHP Options + OpCache" in EasyApache 4 is safe to use with shared hosting?
I've read the documentation, but I'm not completely sure that it's safe to use this profile on a hosting with several websites.
I also noticed that the documentation strongly recommends the use of DSO...
I am trying to get some reasonable performance out of my WHM/cPanel/Cloudlinux/mod_lsapi VPS.
At the moment I am trying to configure opcache for PHP7.1
The plan is to host WordPress websites, and the occasional static HTML/JS site, nothing else.
Here is what I got thus far:
I have searched on Google and this forum with no luck, apologies if there's an answer to this already, I couldn't find it.
I just provisioned PHP 7 and 7.1 on our dedicated server which hosts several accounts.
1. Should the opcache settings be done at a global level on WHM's...
According to the opcache status script, it seems opcache isn't working. I'm on CentOS 7 and running suPHP and the handler is CGI. Is there something I should be checking or something else I should do?
total memory: 128.00MB
used memory: 10.48MB
free memory: 117.52MB